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How to connect 2 servers from an applet residing in one of the servers

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I have an applet residing in one server.I will run that applet through browser in any client M/c.I want to connect
to another server having different Ip address ,using this applet.But it is giving security exception.

ex. I have got a AS/400 server,where applet classs is residing. I want to get information from AS400 server and put them in Unix server(different Ip config).If i am using the same applet ,it is giving security exception.

Can you please help me out from this problem .Or if possible can you give other suggession to accomplish this task.
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The usual solution to this is to install some sort of port redirector on the machine from which the applet was delivered. So (for example) port 24761 on your AS/400 box is just passed through to port 80 on your unix box.
I used a Java program called TCP Reflector which I found on the web. Or you could write your own.
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