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Jaguar/Firewall/Internet

3 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-24 06:58:05.0Z
Mitch Wade Posted on 2000-03-23 15:54:55.0Z
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Subject: Jaguar/Firewall/Internet
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We've got a stable Jaguar OLTP app running on our corporate Intranet. We'd
now like to make the apps available to our client reps through the Internet.
Where to I find documentation on implementing this - beyond the cryptic
messages posted here? We have a corporate Internet site, but have never
done anything like this before.

Q: How do we connect to the Jag server if the server isn't registered as a
domain name, but our Internet server is?

Q: How do we allow access through our firewall?

And many more ...

Everything is NT/IIS.


Stefan Norlin Posted on 2000-03-24 06:58:05.0Z
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Depending on the firewall you should be able to set up
a redirect service for IIOP on the firewall which would
take incoming packets on the official IP number and
forward them to the inside Jaguar server with an
unofficial IP address (that is different from localhost
of course).

If, for some reason, redirecting IIOP traffic is impossible
IIOP can be tunnelled in HTTP. You can also force this
by using the ORBHttp client ORB property.

Regards,

Stefan Norlin

Mitch Wade wrote in message ...
>We've got a stable Jaguar OLTP app running on our corporate Intranet. We'd
>now like to make the apps available to our client reps through the
Internet.
>Where to I find documentation on implementing this - beyond the cryptic
>messages posted here? We have a corporate Internet site, but have never
>done anything like this before.
>
>Q: How do we connect to the Jag server if the server isn't registered as a
>domain name, but our Internet server is?
>
>Q: How do we allow access through our firewall?
>
>And many more ...
>
>Everything is NT/IIS.
>
>


Evan Ireland Posted on 2000-03-23 21:28:46.0Z
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Mitch Wade wrote:
>
> We've got a stable Jaguar OLTP app running on our corporate Intranet. We'd
> now like to make the apps available to our client reps through the Internet.
> Where to I find documentation on implementing this - beyond the cryptic
> messages posted here? We have a corporate Internet site, but have never
> done anything like this before.
>
> Q: How do we connect to the Jag server if the server isn't registered as a
> domain name, but our Internet server is?

Set up your Jaguar listeners using the IP address instead of the host name.
(In Jaguar Manager, in the Listeners folder under the Jaguar Server entry,
edit each listener that will be used by Internet and change the host name
to the IP address).

> Q: How do we allow access through our firewall?

Get your firewall administrator to "poke a hole" in the firewall for port 9000
on the Jaguar server's IP address, (or more likely, port 9001/9002 if you are
using IIOP/SSL which is recommended for Internet clients).

> And many more ...
>
> Everything is NT/IIS.

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