Hi everybody !
The scenario: a JBoss 4.0.2 server running behind a firewall, a true Swing client which calls directly EJB3.
Till now, i call the jndi via the http-invoker.sar; the EJB3 still use port 3873
I tried to set up a SSH tunnel (in order to encrypt and reuse existing certificates)
ssh -L 8080:xyz:8080
ssh -L 3873:xyz:3873
I open only port 22 for SSH on the firewall
it works for the JNDI but not for EJB3.
What would you suggest ?
EJB3 uses different transport mechanism from EJB 2.1. We have not documented very well yet. SSL is supported, but not documented yet. You'll have to checkout CVS and look at the testsuite. HTTP, I think the JBoss Remoting project has one implemented, but I haven't tested yet.