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From Paul Hammant <>
Subject Re: [AltRMI] multiplexing over single connection
Date Thu, 21 Feb 2002 10:49:08 GMT

Yes you are right BEEP looks better.  There is a BSD impl on SF :-

I don't think it is an issue for Request/Reply as it is a layer between 
AltrmiInvocationHandler and the true streaming mechanism...

- Paul

>dghmux seems kewl,
>However BEEP addresses this in a 
>much broader and *standard* compliant way .
>It even has a tunnel 'profile' to take care
>of the NAT issues too .
>This might be viral to the Altrmi codebase as 
>it might influence the way Request/Reply objects are
>sent across the wire ..(not sure though)..
>Any BEEP experts who can throw light here ?? 
>V i n a y.
>--- Paul Hammant <> wrote:
>>  Folks,
>>To solve the callback feature for AltRMI....  This
>>was the sourceforge 
>>project :
>>It is LGPL which is OKish for Apache use.
>>I kinda prefer two connections though, if the client
>>opens both then 
>>there are no NAT problems.
>>The OpenConnectionRequest class could be expanded to
>>have a parameter 
>>that indicates server-is-listener or
>>- Paul
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