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From Øyvind Roth <...@suss.no>
Subject RE: IIS and Tomcat on different physical servers
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2006 12:43:36 GMT
It did it, most of it at least.
Thanks a lot! (A bit embarrassing , though...)

(And I also got confirmed my understanding that it is 
perfectly possible to have Tomcat on a separate 
machine and that the machine running IIS needs 
neither Java nor Tomcat (of course)).

A couple of issues remain, however:

 1) 
    ¤ S1 is a Win2000 Server running IIS
    ¤ S2 is a Win2000 Server running Tomcat 5.5 and the application myapp
    ¤ M1 is an arbirtary computer running Win2000 Server
    ¤ S1, S2 and M1 run inside a firewall and all have routable IP-addresses
    ¤ C1 is an arbitrary computer outside the firewall running Win 2000
Professional
    ¤ On the machines S1, S2 and M3, using IE, I get to S2's myapp fine,
using the URL http://S1/myapp
    ¤ On the machines S1, S2 and M3, using IE, I get to jkmanager fine,
using the URL http://S1/jkmanager
    ¤ On the machine C1, I get to http://S1/jkmanager fine
    ¤ On the machine C1, I do NOT get to http://S1/myapp, instead I get
redirected to a strange unknown address (CERN/SMS related by the way)
    Problem summary question: Could this be a JK problem, or is it most
probably an IIS configuration matter? Anyhow, any ideas or tips where to
look?

 2) Deleting the registry entries on S1 for JK, instead using the documented
isapi_redirect.properties
(http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/config/iis.html):
    ¤ On the server S1 (hosting IIS), I get to the Tomcat application
running on the server S2 hosting Tomcat fine, using the URL http://S1/myapp
    ¤ On the machine S1, I do NOT reach jkmanager, using the URL
http://S1/jkmanager
    ¤ On the machine C1, I do NOT get to http://S1/jkmanager
    ¤ On the machine C1, I do NOT get to http://S1/myapp
    Problem summary question: Is the jkmanager somehow related to whether
the registry or the isapi_redirect.properties is used?

Best regards
Øyvind Roth

-----Original Message-----
From: Mladen Turk [mailto:mladen.turk@jboss.com] 
Sent: 2. oktober 2006 18:54
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: IIS and Tomcat on different physical servers

Øyvind Roth wrote:
> 
> Windows 2000 Server SP4 (with IIS v. 5 I assume...)
> JK2 v. 2.0.3
>

Do not use JK2. It is unsupported for more then 2 years.
See:
http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/news/20041100.html#20041115.1

Use JK 1.2.19 instead:
http://www.apache.org/dist/tomcat/tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/win32/jk-1.2
.19/

Regards,
Mladen.

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