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The first thing to check in such a case is the firewall, whether it has a rule in it, granting permission to the rsh to communicate with internet and/or with the destination machine's IP Address or IP Address range (which last, covers internal or within-LAN uses of rsh.)
Given that this is run on Windows, the firewall at the Windows level would need checking.
(And also the machine's permissions at the other end - it has to allow the connection! and some do not, very definitely do not.)
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I admit that sounds as if it should work.
But, what platform is it being used on / running on?