Firewalled Environments

The OneClick web server must communicate with processes on the SpectroSERVER host system to gather data for display to OneClick clients. For the most part, this communication is initiated by the OneClick web server, which establishes connections to specific TCP ports for sending requests and receiving responses. The SpectroSERVER uses bidirectional IIOP (Internet Inter-ORB protocol) to communicate with its CORBA clients. Port 14001 must be open on the firewall to allow the Tomcat web server to receive communications from the SpectroSERVER.
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The OneClick web server must communicate with processes on the SpectroSERVER host system to gather data for display to OneClick clients. For the most part, this communication is initiated by the OneClick web server, which establishes connections to specific TCP ports for sending requests and receiving responses. The SpectroSERVER uses bidirectional IIOP (Internet Inter-ORB protocol) to communicate with its CORBA clients. Port 14001 must be open on the firewall to allow the Tomcat web server to receive communications from the SpectroSERVER.
If you use network address translation (NAT) on your network, it is not necessary to perform any additional configuration steps for the OneClick web server to communicate with the SpectroSERVER. However, because SpectroSERVER communication is based on resolving an advertised host name to an IP address, you must configure name resolution on your systems appropriately. Consider a SpectroSERVER host (hostname: “spectrumss”) that is behind a NAT firewall with a private IP address of 192.168.0.2 and a public address of 128.113.0.2. Hosts on the private side of the NAT must resolve “spectrumss” to 192.168.0.2. Hosts on the public side must resolve “spectrumss” to 128.113.0.2.