Right you are, sir. "/RPC2" was the place to look.

Thanks for the quick response (and for the software in general.)

Eliot

> > > Try using "/" instead of "".
> > >
> > > On Tue, Jul 31, 2001 at 03:24:34PM -0400, Eliot Shepard wrote:
> > > > $c = new xmlrpc_client("", "216.73.27.36", 8080);
> > > >
> > > > I get HTTP 400 "Bad Request" errors.
> >
> > I was clever enough to try this.
> >
> > $c = new xmlrpc_client("/", "216.73.27.36", 8080);
> >
> > gives 404 Not Found.
> >
>
> The issue appears to be more how the server works than anything to do
> with the client.  Not having used the server I'm guessing that "/RPC2"
> might work -- this is a legacy default location for the XML-RPC
> listener.



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