Not a host:port pair: PBUF?

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I am trying to connect Java NetBeans with HBase Ambari. I am facing this error. I exactly dont understand what does this error means.

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Not a host:port pair: PBUF
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I am using HBase-client.2.2.0.jar. Anyone please explain in detail what does it means.
Jul 20 in Big Data Hadoop by anonymous
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Hey. This error usually occurs when the client and server HBase version are different. Make sure you are using the same version.
answered Jul 22 by Esha
@Esha I am using the same version of HBase-Client jar and Hbase-Server jar. But still facing this error.
@Esha hbase-client-2.2.0 and hbase-server-2.2.0 these are the jar version files I am using. Both have same version.
@sidra, are the server APIs and client APIs of the same version? Because this occurs mainly occurs due to version mismatch.
shan,

How can we check the server API and Client API version? Are you all not talking about the version of jar files of Hbase-client and Hbase-server?

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