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Default PushServlet error:Cannot map 210000a to IPPP host

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Hi All,

I am new to blackberry development. I am trying to implement a rim push application to 9000 simulator via MDS from a J2EE application. The MDS and tomcat were using the same port so i change the MDS port to 8090. I am getting the following error "PushServlet error:Cannot map 210000a to IPPP host". But if i run the HTTPPushDemo which is available in the JDE I am getting the desired output. The URL and HTTP request parameter are same in both scenarios.

Can anyone help me on this? Also i would like to know if we can implement the rim/pap push with out MDS?

Thanks in Advance !!
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