3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 2, 2007 7:49 PM by David Miller

    Remote access to JBoss

    David Miller Newbie

      JBoss (v4.0.5) is being used in our project to communicate via JMS as defined by our target platform. We have been running JBoss fine locally using RMI on port 1099 and an internally defined topic. We want to give a third party access to connect to our JBoss. We port forwarded port 1099 thru our gateway but the third party just hangs when they try to use the values we provided. We have also tried using port 8009 which seems to be active from nmap to the machine running JBoss.

      1) Is this problem occuring because we have been using the default RMI on our side of the gateway?

      2) Do we have to use Uil2 in place of RMI? If so, what do we need to do for that?

      3) Is there a simple instruction on JBoss that will explain how to provide external access? The pages I have read so far about remote access and RMI do not make much sense to me due to my low knowledge of JBoss and its functionality.

      If this is just a configuration issue I have not seen an explanation that makes sense to me on the jboss.org site or forums.