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Errors while proxying with IIS outside the firewall

 
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I have an application written in .jsp. A few of the pages wrap an applet. My architecture is 3-tiered. IIS to Weblogic 5.1 to SQL Server 7.0. I'm able to use the IISproxy.dll and IISForward.dll within our network to view the contents in the applet. When I hit the URL externally, I can only view html data from the .jsp pages. The applet will load and initiate, but I eventually receive an error telling me that I can not view the applet.
I can get the applet to load externally from the network. However, the only way is when I drop IIS out of my architecture and use Port 80 for my weblogic listen port. Has anyone seem this happen, and do you have a fix?
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Hi,
Most of the firewalls only permit u to connect throught port 80, if this is your problem u can find some information in http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs60/////adminguide/web_server.html#111163
about how to configure WebLogic 6.0 to work with Http Tunneling.
 
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