http://localhost:3010

Your IP: 114.119.133.234
Continent: Asia
Country: Singapore
Country Code: SG
Region: 03
Region Name: North West
City: Singapore
Latitude: 1.352
Longitude: 103.8198
Timezone: Asia/Singapore
Currency: SGD
ISP Information: Huawei International Pte. Ltd.
Browser Name: Handheld Browser
Operating System: Android
Country Flag: Go to localhost:3010

To test a program on the local machine, use the -l option of the program. The above example runs the server with port 3010 on the local machine. All this means is that you can run your program locally and as long as you have access to the port on your machine (and not through a firewall or other security barrier) other machines can access it as well. However, to be able to test a web application that users from other computers you’ll need something more than just running your program locally. You’ll need an address from which users from outside your local network will be able to reach it. If you don’t have one already, create an address for testing purposes by following these steps: Step 1: Go to System > Local Area Network (LAN) > Network Address for Your Computer > Click New then choose Fixed Address. It will ask for a name for the new address we are going to configure so here’s what you need to write in its fields: global>,local> global>: This is where our computer’s Internet hostname goes – http://your-ip-here>/ in this case your-ip-here> = 192.168.0.1 local>: This will be used as our local network’s name server address – Here we’ll set up mytestserver local>: This is what we call our computer or whatever weird device can communicate over our network – In this case, it would

Connection Status

When you first start up your application, the connection status will be displayed as “Ready” and then this will change to “Not Ready” when the program has fully initialized.

Media server : error 2001 Media Server is offline. 

The Media Server is offline. This means that the server is running, but it has not been configured to allow external connections. Please configure your Media Server to accept connections from outside your network.

Solution for localhost 3010 error