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J2ME through WAP gateway?

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My server that will communicate with the J2ME app is behind a firewall. I'm assuming that if this was not the case I would just be able to connect directly to the server from the phone. Now I can get access to a WAP gateway... which would make the connection possible I guess. There is also an option to route GPRS traffic to my server.. which would be more complicated to configure for the people that has to set it up.
My question is - would it make sense to use the WAP gateway? I don't even think I'll reply back to the J2ME app request in WML since the communication would be on HTTP level.
Does this make any sense? I need some clarity.

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