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J2EE Internet Enabled

 
Arockia Raj
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Hi ,
We are having a J2EE application ,running in a WebLogic server in our intranet environment.We need to make this application internet enabled so that user can loggin from outsite the network.

Kindly suggest your ideas on how to do it?
 
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We are having a J2EE application ,running in a WebLogic server in our intranet environment.We need to make this application internet enabled so that user can loggin from outsite the network.
Kindly suggest your ideas on how to do it?


For starters, you need an Internet Service Provider account and a few dedicated IP addresses. Next, you need a Domain Name Server, a router, and optionally, some firewall software and possibly a load balancer. You should also get a uninterruptible power supply (UPS), depending upon what part of the world you will put all this hardware.

Once you have all the above, you need get all the pieces working and then you should be good to go.

Good luck!
 
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