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From Vitor Buitoni <vitor.buit...@digitro.com.br>
Subject Re: TC 5 production use
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2004 15:31:14 GMT
Only for port redirection you don't need to buy any hardware.
If you are running tomcat inside a linux box, you can configure iptables 
to do the port redirection. Everything via software, no hardware.

Vitor

David Wall wrote:

>>We run Tomcat on 8080 using Cisco Routers for port redirection.
>>Nobody has to type in a port number.
>>    
>>
>
>Well, I agree that would work for everyone who just buys some hardware to
>give the illusion of using port 80.  Of course, running tomcat on port 80
>itself would be nice if anybody knows if/whether JSVC can mimick the
>"-security" argument of catalina.sh.
>
>And the best part is that we're happy to know that some more heavily used
>production sites are using TC 5, which was the original question and
>interest!
>
>David
>
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