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From samslara <samsl...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: tcp proxy route
Date Mon, 25 Apr 2011 18:20:56 GMT
Hello,
  More great information but I wasn't very clear about my followup, sorry. 
I wanted to know if there's a way to do non-plaintext tcp proxy connection
via a camel route, ssl with just an arbitrary example.

  So when I tried to use the previous suggestion from Scott Cranton's blog
for a camel route but I tried to initiate an ssl connection through it it
doesn't work.  My thoughts were it doesn't work because of the plaintext
configuration of the camel route.  So if I wanted, as another example, to
connect from point A to point B via ssl but I don't want camel to
participate in the ssl connection termination, I just want camel to act as a
tcp proxy in this case, is that possible?  So from camel's perspective it
doesn't know what is being sent on the route, it just needs to forward the
information along.

  On Netty's example page (
http://www.jboss.org/netty/documentation.html#examples
http://www.jboss.org/netty/documentation.html#examples ) there's an example
for a proxy server.  This works like a charm and so I'm looking for this in
a Camel route.

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