Requirements for TestSocket:
1. Ports specified be free on the server and open through the firewall
2. Java 1.5+ be installed on the server and in $PATH (should be no problem since this is required for AM)
3. The jar file be transferred in binary to both machines and set up as a 'Server' on one machine and a 'client' on the other
Steps to implement:
1. Transfer the TestSocket.jar to both machines. Place it in $AW_HOME or somewhere easy to find.
2. Stop the processes (for checking exact ports)
3. Set up a server on one machine.
> java –jar TestSocket.jar server 49258 true
4. Set up a client on the other machine:
*Note: this is in the format of Local_IP Local_Port RemoteIP RemotePort
> java -jar TestSocket.jar client <local IP address> 49151 <server IP address> 49258 true
You can return the help/usage of this file by running the following. This provides examples of what order you should fill in the IP/Port values:
> java -jar TestSocket.jar
First argument must be server or client then additional args
Additional args for Server:
Usage: Port and optional SSL flag must be provided
EX for non-SSL: 10054 false
Additional args for Client
Usage: Server IP, Server port, local IP and local Port must be provided
Optionally an encryption flag for non-SSL
In the example below the server is listening on machine remote1 on port 10054.
EX: 127.0.0.1 10014 remote1 10054
In the example below the client creates a Non-SSL socket. Make sure the server is also using non-SSL.
EX: 127.0.0.1 10014 remote1 10054 false