Protocol Flows

The following network protocol flows represent the application’s interactions with Network Devices (for example: Dell Powerconnect). The (N) in these lines identifies dynamic port assignments. Often, several communication flows are established to a specified static port so N can represent several dynamic ports. This list also outlines alternative flows for JBoss and SONIC (clustered) JMS activation.

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This does not identify time service flows like ntp that can manage the time on the servers.

The following were changes to a standard installation done for the sake of measuring the protocol flows. In the J2EE Naming Service: the RMIPort was changed to 31310. Also, owappserver.properties (turns off mediation v2 services on application server) was changed: mediation true->false. This essentially disables mediation on the application server.

The following is the installation that produced the listed protocol flows: Full Application Server Installation, Custom Mediation Installation, toggling off 2 (MySQL) and 5 (App Server). The client was a simple client installation.