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Can you use RMI-IIOP in VPN?

 
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If you have a EJB Container behind firewall and you want to access this EJB Container outside the firewall. If you use VPN, can you access the EJB container via RMI-IIOP?
I guess the answer is yes. Can any one confirm?
 
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Originally posted by Frank Wu:
If you have a EJB Container behind firewall and you want to access this EJB Container outside the firewall. If you use VPN, can you access the EJB container via RMI-IIOP?
I guess the answer is yes. Can any one confirm?



Your undelying wire protocol can be anything
GIOP/JRMP or T3
But when it comes to firewall, RMI can be yuckkie
But it is possible outside the firewall
Ragu
 
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