12-06-2010 08:26 PM
Simulator installed and seems fine.
Packaging from command line seems alright but I get Connection refused https://192..
IP is correct from the simulator.
When I try to go to the IP in a browser however I get not available.
I am using latest VMware Player. Latest BB sim, SDK, etc..
Should it be trying to connect on https ?
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12-06-2010 08:34 PM - edited 12-06-2010 08:35 PM
i didnt see your full IP in the message got cut off. But try to ping your simulator's IP from your machine by going to command prompt and typing in:
ping [DEVICE IP]
and see what you get. good luck!
Edit: also what is the exact line you are using to compile and run your program?
12-06-2010 09:02 PM
no problemo! ok so from what it looks like either the IP is wrong from the simulator or you have a firewall messing with your connection. have you restarting your VMware / computer ? also temporarily turning off any firewalls you have to see if you can connect should verify if it is your firewall acting up. Good luck!
12-06-2010 09:47 PM
Do you have a password set on the simulator? I found that it would only let me connect after I set a password.
And if you do have a password set, make sure it's correctly filled out in Flash Builder's debug dialog
12-06-2010 10:21 PM
I did not have a password set but it did not fix the issue yet.
I still cannot ping the IP .
I installed a new version of VMware just before trying this today, version: 3.1.3 build-324285
My first installation of the simulator from a few weeks ago worked with the sample HelloWorld tutorial but now that app does not work either.
I have reinstalled the simulator with no luck.
Anyone else have issues with this version of VMware?
By the way.. the new app I am testing is packaged from the command line, originally a CS5 Flash Pro app. The current issue however seems to be Connecting!
Then I will see about packaging the app again.
12-06-2010 10:24 PM
if you have windows, try setting a firewall exception for the program VMware and see if that works. Also try to do the command ipconfig and see if the vmware adapter shows up with the IP in the list that shows up.
12-06-2010 11:00 PM
On windows I already had an exception and even with the firewall turned off it did not ping.
On ipconfig, the Ethernet adapter VMware was there.
Would the IPv4 Address be important?
I'm going to do another system reboot and have at er all again.
Thanks for the help guys.
12-06-2010 11:07 PM - edited 12-06-2010 11:10 PM
yeah the IPv4 should be the 192.... address you are seeing in your development screen on your playbook. what does it say?
also what are your network settings for your playbook iso in vmware?
Edit: I just realized your error message has the "https://" in it. i've never seen it connect via https.. what is your exact command line string you are using (e.g. air-packager -installapp....) thanks!
12-06-2010 11:21 PM
I have found that if a VPN is running it will not work. Also check how you are setting your VMware's network settings in a bridge or its own nat.