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If the location where the EZSrve is installed has access to a computer on the local LAN you can run a Telnet debug trace. The telnet trace entries below are from an application that is connecting to the EZSrve, issuing a GetRevision request, reading the response and then disconnecting.

The telnet commands would look like this ,,,,,

telnet
set logfile c:temptelnet.txt (optional if telnet trace file is desired)
open 192.168.2.3 10001

At the login prompt enter case sensitive information ….

EZServe
Simplehomenet

assuming the password is the default. Of course the IP address would be that assigned to the EZSrve. Do not forget to specify the port number of 10001. There are network tools such as WireShark which can monitor IP traffic.

Welcome to SimpleHomeNet Debug Mode

login: EZServe
Password: *************
Debug Mode started for EZServe
09/28/2010 17.15.29: ezbridgesocket: new connection from 192.168.2.5 on socket 37
09/28/2010 17.15.29: ezbridge_socket.c – We got a message: No of bytes rcvd 30
09/28/2010 17.15.29: Structure Memory Reset!
09/28/2010 17.15.29: Structure Memory Reset!
09/28/2010 17.15.29: Handler.c – Returning message handler
09/28/2010 17.15.29: ezbridgesocket: socket 37 hung up

Things such as how the firewall/router at the customer sight are also important. You mentioned the 8002 port number was changed. This involves setting up port forwarding in the router. You have a challenge trying to debug a new network program to a remote location for sure.