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Francis John
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Hello to all!!!
I just want to clear few things.....
1. I m using RMI in my application but i want to use it over WAN..So how i can configure Wan in Linux...plz describe it..
2. Or by already using RMI, i have to use Remote Access Server (RAS) over Linux or not....
3. The main problem is only that i want the connection between clients and server over Wan. Here Server is Linux and clients can be at Windows....
so plz help me
I hope i will get the answer soon
Take Care
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Adrian Yan
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Originally posted by Francis John:
Hello to all!!!
I just want to clear few things.....
1. I m using RMI in my application but i want to use it over WAN..So how i can configure Wan in Linux...plz describe it..
2. Or by already using RMI, i have to use Remote Access Server (RAS) over Linux or not....
3. The main problem is only that i want the connection between clients and server over Wan. Here Server is Linux and clients can be at Windows....
so plz help me
I hope i will get the answer soon
Take Care
Bye

1. I m using RMI in my application but i want to use it over WAN..So how i can configure Wan in Linux...plz describe it..
you shouldn't configure anything on your linux box, it's more of your network configuration.
2. Or by already using RMI, i have to use Remote Access Server (RAS) over Linux or not....
RMI has nothing to do with RAS, as long as your clients can see the server, it should be fine.

3. The main problem is only that i want the connection between clients and server over Wan. Here Server is Linux and clients can be at Windows....
Java is write once, run anywhere, as long as your app doesn;t use window specific functions (like path, or JNI), it shouldn't matter what OS your app runs on.
 
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