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RMI: How to make sure only client from local networks have access to the remote object/methods

patson luk
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The RMI server would be running in the same local networks as the clients (but could be different machines)

I just wish to make sure no outsider can call the remote methods on the server.

Is setting up a firewall to block access to port 1099 (port for registry) from the outside sufficient?

Or any other suggestions that involve very simple changes/configurations?

Please help! Many thanks in advance!
 
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