TCP/IP not TCP/IPing 
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 TCP/IP not TCP/IPing

IM having problems connecting with connecting using TCP/IP over a network
using winsock. Can anyone find a problem with this code:

This is the sever part:

Private Sub socket_ConnectionRequest(Index As Integer, ByVal requestID As

    If Index = 0 Then
        iSockets = iSockets + 1
        Load socket(iSockets)
        socket(iSockets).LocalPort = 120
        socket(iSockets).Accept requestID
    End If

End Sub

Private Sub socket_DataArrival(Index As Integer, ByVal bytesTotal As Long)

    Dim udtNewNote As udtNote
    Dim intFileNum As Integer
    Dim lRecLength As Long
    Dim lLastRecord As Long
    Dim noteArray(0 To gcLimit) As udtNote
    Dim lNoteArrayCount As Long
    Dim strValue As String

    Dim strMessage As String

    socket(Index).GetData strMessage
    CopyString udtNewNote, strMessage, Len(udtNewNote)

    MsgBox "You have a new note!", vbOKOnly, "PC-Notes"

   'Write note to file
    lNoteArrayCount = 0
    lRecLength = Len(noteArray(0))
    intFileNum = FreeFile
    Open App.Path & "\notes.dat" For Random As intFileNum Len = lRecLength

    'Find last record in the file
    lLastRecord = FileLen(App.Path & "\notes.dat") / lRecLength
    gCurrentNoteRecord = lLastRecord + 1

    If gCurrentNoteRecord = 0 Then
    gCurrentNoteRecord = 1
    End If

    Put intFileNum, gCurrentNoteRecord, udtNewNote

End Sub

--------And this is the client part(Both these parts are in the same
program. Does this --------matter)

     newNote.caller = txtCaller.Text
   = txtDate.Text
            newNote.subject = txtSubject.Text
            newNote.time = txtTime.Text
   = cboContact.Text
   = txtArrayCompanyDetails(3).Text
   = txtArrayCompanyDetails(1).Text
   = txtArrayCompanyDetails(2).Text
   = txtArrayCompanyDetails(1).Text
            newNote.note = txtMessage.Text
            newNote.completed = False

            If Not (cboUsers.Text = "") Then
                CopyMemory bytNote(0), newNote, Len(newNote)
                strMessage = Left(StrConv(bytNote, vbUnicode), Len(newNote))
                Winsock.Protocol = sckTCPProtocol
                Winsock.RemotePort = 120
                Winsock.RemoteHost = getIPAddress
                Winsock.SendData (strMessage)
            End If

-----Procedures in module

Declare Sub CopyMemory Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" (lpvDest As Any,
lpvSrc As Any, ByVal dwSize As Long)

Declare Sub CopyString Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" (lpvDest As Any,
ByVal strSrc As String, ByVal dwSize As Long)

-----I'm way past my deadline on this and could do with all the help I can

Sat, 23 Mar 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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