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Running CORBA applications over a Firewall (PIX)

Running CORBA applications over a Firewall (PIX)

Running CORBA applications over a Firewall (PIX)

I have developed an application using JAVA IDL. It was suppose to run over a firewall client and server are on diferent nettworks. I faced problem whrn trying to run the application on a fixed port especially the Java naming service. Now I'm searching for other solutions to run my application over a firewall. I thought of Orbix WonderWall but I'm facing problems there also when trying to make the client talk with the server through the wounderwall. I don't have a way to let the client, which is on anothr network to access the IOR. I would really appreciate it if you can help me in finding a solution it is urgent

RE: Running CORBA applications over a Firewall (PIX)

Have a look at http://www.xtradyne.com

The Xtradyne Domain Boundary Controller (DBC) is an IIOP-Firewall which provides a comprehensive security solution for the secure traversal of CORBA and EJB traffic over domain boundaries.

The Xtradyne DBC follows well established firewall design principles and provides user authentication using digital certificates, hardware tokens, or username-password-schemes, Single-Sign-On, cryptographic message protection, fine grained access control, support of Network Address Translation, and security audit. The solution is independent of the ORB products used, does not require any modification of the application software, and is easily manageable at one centralized point.

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