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From Mo Maison <momai...@yahoo.fr>
Subject Re: Derby server listening on different interfaces
Date Fri, 21 Sep 2012 17:02:07 GMT
Le 19/09/2012 15:40, Kristian Waagan a écrit :
> Have you considered if it is feasible to have the local client use the 
> embedded driver and the remote client use the network driver?
> This setup is referred to as "embedded server". There are many things 
> that may make it hard to use, for instance that your local client is 
> shut down but the remote client most still be able to access the 
> database.

Exactly ; this is one reason for which this approach does not fit my needs.

>
> I haven't confirmed this, but I too suspect that listening to one 
> interface using SSL and one without SSL isn't supported by Derby.
> Given that the embedded server approach is unfeasible, you may have to 
> choose between improved security wrt the remote client and overhead 
> for the local client :(

Another way would be to create an ssh tunnel between remote client and DB.
That implies some non trivial system configuration though.

Thank you for your support,

   M. Maison

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