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hello my company have domain name,but not have ip address,the public website host in a rented space in a public server.wihtin my company also have a internal website,it host in my internal network,the internal server can connect to the public server by ADSL. now we want my internal website is published to internet by a http link in my public website page,so that the other division of my company can visit the internal website, the critical is how can i make the public server learn my address. i plan to write a servlet in my internal web,it periodically connect to the public server,and in the public server,i write another servlet to get the tempory public ip address( by getRemoteAddr()method),but how can i implement the first servlet that is used to connect to the public server? thanks for any helps!
do a search for applet=> servlet communication which should give you an idea of how to poll for the ip address btw, a servlet is not very appropriate for this because a servlet is request driven. You could probably write a servlet that creates a thread and runs your polling server inside that thread. You could set the servlet to load on startup and instantiate the server as part of instantiation. Alternatively, and this is much preferred, if yo uare paying for ADSL, then it shouldnt cost much more to have static ip instead of a DHCP based service surely? Most DHCP services ban you from having a server running anyway... but this sounds more appropriate as a "server" application than a servlet application. Basically you need to write a program that checks for this value and updates it in a database, or whatever, and a Servlet (which is request driven) is not really appropriate for an always on program. If I was
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