[Mono-list] Remoting and Apache at the same time (and port)?
rus at forgecom.co.uk
Fri Jan 20 10:08:00 EST 2006
If you have multiple IP addresses on the server, then maybe you could
use one IP address on port 80 for remoting, and make sure that Apache
only binds to port 80 on other IP addresses on that server.
On Fri, 2006-01-20 at 15:01 +0000, Carlos Ble wrote:
> Hi Andres, If you try to run your Remoting server at port 80 when Apache
> is already running you will get an exception:
> System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: Address already in use
> To cross most firewalls you can try to use other ports like 443, 3128,
> Other option could be to place a web service that connects to the
> Remoting Server like a client.
> El vie, 20-01-2006 a las 14:39 +0100, "Andrés G. Aragoneses" escribió:
> > I am beginning to dive inside Remoting and I have read the following
> > sentence in a .NET book:
> > > Web services are requested much like a web page over an HTTP channel. This allows web-service requests to cross most firewalls. Of course, the same is possible with Remoting, as long as you configure your component accordingly.
> > However, this leads me to a new doubt: if I want to deploy a
> > Remoting-powered solution that bypasses most firewalls, I have to
> > install my application in port 80, and use and HttpChannel (although
> > this last requisite is not necessary I think), right? But does this
> > require that my application must monopolize the http port? I mean: can I
> > have a server with Apache running and with my Remoting application
> > running in port 80 at the same time? If this is possible, I suppose that
> > I must use some kind of redirection from Apache invokations that request
> > the specific URI of my remote singleton object, like mod_mono does with
> > XSP (AFAIK), so: is this possible right now or there should be a new
> > implementation of a special module for Apache, similar to mod_mono? BTW:
> > is this possible with IIS?
> > Any comments would be really appreciated.
> > Andrés [ knocte ]
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