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Old 02-02-2010, 02:39 AM   #1
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Setting up tunnelling in local test environment ?


Hello Guys,

I need some help regarding setting up of tunnelling in our local environment. All it was needed because we have a Development environment where clustered JBOSS is running. Developers need to login through putty through tunnelling to client environment and they are facing issue within their application. We are suggested to carry out the same in our local environment and they doubt if the Node 1 to Node2 failover could be the tunelling issue.
So I have two 2 instance of application running in single Machine and I need to setup tunneling stuff?
Pls Suggest.
 
  


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