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Question by Nagendra
Submitted on 6/28/2004
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hi vxWorkers,

      The resolvsend() api of resolvlib in vxWorks5.4 works fine over a tx-49 target. But the same api fails in vxWorks5.5 over a mips64gnu target. In this case, the resolvsend api returns with the error number set to ECONNREFUSED, i.e. connection refused. But the fact is the packet is not getting out of the board itself, so there is no question of the server refusing the connection.

However hostGetByName and hostGetByAddr are contacting the nameserver and obtain the exact information.This has been verified via ethereal.

Thanks in advance,

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