|First of all make sure that you started FoxWeb. You should be able to see the FoxWeb icon in the system tray (unless it is configured to run as a service). You should also be able to double-click on the icon and see the status of your channels. Are they listed as active?|
FoxWeb required TCP/IP for communication between its various components. One possibility is that the changes you made to your networking configuration broke TCP/IP.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Scott McDaniel on 12/19/2001 01:31:48 PM:
I had Foxweb running to the point I could execute the Show_CGI request. I also ran the Contact example with no trouble.
I had to do some stuff with the IPX/SPX protocol and reboot the server. After that the same Show_CGI request fails with this message in the browser: Could Not Connect to FoxWeb Broker (127.0.0.1, 55948). Error: 10061
The server Win2K Professional running IIS 5. Foxweb is not running as a service, but I did stop and restart it. Didn't change anything. Then I uninstalled and reinstalled Foxweb and I get the same error. Any ideas what causes this?