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    Smile Connection n Communication b/w secured and non secured servers

    Hi All,

    I have two servers: secured and non secured. I have a training material on the secured server. People will use non secured server for accessing all training materials.

    Now, I need to access training material on the secured server from non secured server. Pls let me know the ways of doing it and suggest me with some links or code snippets.

    Thanks a lot in advance

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    Hi All,

    Do i need to explain more on the above query? Pls give suggestion, if you have any regarding connection between secured and unsecured servers

    Thanks

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    What is the way of access to the training material? Through HTTPS, SFTP or any other way. If you have the choice to do that, then design your secure server's network interface so that the only IPs that can access to your training server is the ones you authorize and do the transfer with the most simplest way (e.g. TCP/IP sockets). :) Actually, you can still develop a protocol for TCP/IP sockets so that even other can connect to your secure server, they can not login if they don't know the password for the server.

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    Thanks JavaBean for your reply. I am going to use https only

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    I see. Then you will need to search tutorials about HTTPS and java :) I did not use it before but as far as i know Apache HTTPClient library has support for HTTPS in an easy way. I guess it can simplify your job.

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