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COMM FAILURE even if destination port is reachable.

COMM FAILURE even if destination port is reachable.

COMM FAILURE even if destination port is reachable.

My side of CORBA is in C++. I am sending data to java server using CORBA.
If java server at other side crashes due to some reason, my server starts giving COMM FAILURE, which is obvious. But my problem is that it keeps on giving COMM FAILURE even if java server at other side is restarted.
I am printing the IP Address and port in my logs to which my C++ server is trying to send data. When I telnet on that IP Address and port, I find that it is reachable.
Once I restart my server, it starts sending the data on same IP and Port on which it was giving COMM FAILURE earlier.
This problem is restricting lot of my data flow. I will greatly appreciate any solution for that.

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