Livecode socket communication through a FIREWALL?

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Fri Dec 13 10:58:21 EST 2013


You need to start by discussing this with the network admin because it will
depend on how the policies are set up and administered.  Firewalls will let
some traffic through, but a) there might be some bad-user policy set up
that will get you in trouble for exploiting it b) The network admins
probably will have recommendations for what ports, services, etc. they are
ok with.


On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 10:55 AM, MCLAWHORN, TONY
<ABMCLAWH at mailbox.sc.edu>wrote:

> Within a large university, I'm running a Livecode stack that is acting as
> the server using socket communication.  A firewall is obviously in place.
>  I have another Livecode stack at home that is acting as a client socket
> trying to connect to the server stack within the university at my office.
> It's not working as I kind of expected it wouldn't due to the firewall.
>
> So, is there any possible way to use Livecode socket communication through
> a firewall?
>
> Using the Livecode socket commands... write to socket and read from
> socket.  Using it on Mac/PC desktops right now and everything works fine
> within the university.
> Thanks for any input.
>
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