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Client is perfect on my computer(server on com), but rasp is not. Not thing happend when i runs it. Give me some idea, please!

Server:

var express = require("express");
var app = express();
var server = require("http").Server(app); 
var io = require("socket.io")(server);

server.listen(3000, function(){
  console.log("Server is running...3000.");
})

app.use(express.static("public"));
app.set("view engine", "ejs");
app.set("views", "./views");

app.get("/", function(req, res){
    res.render("index");
});

io.sockets.on("connection", function(socket){
    console.log(socket.id + " connected");

    socket.on("disconnect", function(){
        console.log(socket.id + " disconnected");
    });

    socket.on("client_send_data", function(data){
        console.log(data);

    })
    io.sockets.emit("server_send_data", 1);

})

Client

var socket = require('socket.io-client')('http://localhost:3000');
socket.on('server_send_data', function(data){
   console.log("connected: " + data);
});
socket.emit('client_send_data', "hello");
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I'd like to second this question. My code works perfect on my linux laptop, but when I move the same code to RPi (with nodejs installed), it doesn't work:

const io = require('socket.io-client')
const socket = io.connect('http://192.168.0.6:1666', { reconnect: true });

socket.on('connect', function () {
    console.log("socket connected"); 
});

socket.on('broadcast', function (data) {
    console.log("we got a broadcast: ", data);
});

I installed express, socket.io, socket.io-client, and serialport, though I believe socket.io-client is the only one I need here.

WAIT!! I am adding the following postscript. Because, 20 minutes after I wrote the above question, the socket popped up. Now it's working.

So, it's good that it worked eventually, but still a question remains - is there something about the Raspberry Pi that it struggles to make a socket connection where a linux laptop could do it with no problem? Not sure why after 20 minutes my sockets are now working.

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