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Hi,

I have an issue with the firewall on my workstation. I cannot access a web service from my local machine, however I have to deploy the ear on the test server to test any changes in my JSP as well( i mean JSP's after the web svc is accessed). I was thinking of using tunneling to bypass the firewall.

Could somebody please tell me, what is the information I need for opening a tunnel. I also wanted to know if there is any other(better) way of bypassing the firewall to test the application on my local machine.

Thanks,
Samanth Marisetty.
 
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Originally posted by Samanth Marisetty:
Hi,

I have an issue with the firewall on my workstation. I cannot access a web service from my local machine, however I have to deploy the ear on the test server to test any changes in my JSP as well( i mean JSP's after the web svc is accessed). I was thinking of using tunneling to bypass the firewall.

Could somebody please tell me, what is the information I need for opening a tunnel. I also wanted to know if there is any other(better) way of bypassing the firewall to test the application on my local machine.

Thanks,
Samanth Marisetty.



You can try adding an exception to your firewall, specifically the port you used for connection, that may solve the problem, or you might as well use a proxy to do the trick .
 
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