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From "Anand Kulkarni" <Ana...@synechron.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Any replacement of mod_proxy?
Date Thu, 17 Jul 2008 15:51:33 GMT
Hi,

>> Because we have many TCP servers running and using mod_proxy we want 
>> to route client request to the specific one.

>> Also using Apache as proxy, we can get benefit of different services.

>Sorry, this explanation is not enough. What kind of tcp servers are
they and what clients connect to them? What protocol do they use?

It is a pure java application. We have developed TCP Server & TCP client
using Java's standard java.net.SocketServer & java.net.Socket classes.
Kindly refer to the URL
http://www.javafaq.nu/java-example-code-classes-1894.html

-Anand


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