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Pylon 9 & Tomcat

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-12-27 00:24:31.0Z
chris Posted on 2008-12-03 01:27:30.0Z
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Hello All - is there any info on being able to run PA Tomcat and IIS on the
same server, i.e. not changing the IIS ports to something other than 80 or
443 instead specifying the IP and Port for Tomcat to bind/listen on ?

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Mike Loop Posted on 2008-12-18 20:54:19.0Z
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Chris,

Sorry for the delay getting back to you. Following are some notes from a
case with a similar question, in this case using IIS as the separate web
server. The principle is the same for Tomcat. The only additional
challenge might be keeping the Pylon Anywhere version of TomCat and the
standalone isolated from each other:


***************
You can have Pylon Anywhere and IIS running on the same machine, both
listening on port 80, provided that they are each bound to an exclusive
list of IP addresses. From our emails, I believe you already know how to
configure this in IIS.

In Pylon,

1) Go to the C:\Program Files\Sybase\Pylon Anywhere\CommSvr\conf
directory and open the file securegateway.properties. Find the line:

#HttpIPAddress=

and modify it to read:

HttpIPAddress=<IPaddress>

2) Go the the Pylon Anywhere Admin Console, right-click on the PAAC
plug-in, and choose Properties. Go to the Secure Gateway tab, Click Add,
and enter the IP address Pylon is to be bound to. Select the "localhost"
entry, and click Remove. Click Apply, then OK.

3) Go to the Management section of the Admin console, select Servers,
then right-click on the server listed in the right-hand pane, and click
Stop. When it has stopped, right-click and and click Start.

This may be all you need to do, but in our tests there were two more steps:

4) Browse to http://localhost/sgadmin, Click on Enterprise Info, check
the box next to any Enterprises listed, and click "Remove Enterprise".

5) Restart the machine.

6) If you have a separate Secure Gateway in your DMZ, you will probably
have to repeat the steps 4. and 5. on that machine as well.

Please note that the Pylon Anywhere documentation and the install itself
specifically state that "Pylon Anywhere is not intended to be run on the
same machine as other server software".
***********


We don't have documentation on how to configure Tomcat for this purpose,
because of the caveat in the last paragraph above. However, a quick
Google search indicates that setting the "address" value to a specific
IP address should do the trick.

Regards,

Mike Loop
Pylon Tech Support

chris@owen32.org wrote:
> Hello All - is there any info on being able to run PA Tomcat and IIS on the
> same server, i.e. not changing the IIS ports to something other than 80 or
> 443 instead specifying the IP and Port for Tomcat to bind/listen on ?
>


chris Posted on 2008-12-27 00:24:31.0Z
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- thank you -

- just a passing note: I just saw the EOL for iAnyWhere Pylon products
!!!!! - too bad - the EOL message points to OneBridge (which version?) and
Afaria (which version?) as migration paths -

- I've tried OneBridge......more work and less features that existing Pylon
AnyWhere product - MAJOR problems in getting OneBridge even to install -
then found most of the features found in Pylon don't exist in OneBridge -
Sybase touting iPhone support in OneBridge....NOT TRUE - another example of
reverse progress -

"Mike Loop" <mloop@spambad.sybase.com> wrote in message
news:494ab87b@forums-1-dub...
> Chris,
>
> Sorry for the delay getting back to you. Following are some notes from a
> case with a similar question, in this case using IIS as the separate web
> server. The principle is the same for Tomcat. The only additional
> challenge might be keeping the Pylon Anywhere version of TomCat and the
> standalone isolated from each other:
>
>
> ***************
> You can have Pylon Anywhere and IIS running on the same machine, both
> listening on port 80, provided that they are each bound to an exclusive
> list of IP addresses. From our emails, I believe you already know how to
> configure this in IIS.
>
> In Pylon,
>
> 1) Go to the C:\Program Files\Sybase\Pylon Anywhere\CommSvr\conf directory
> and open the file securegateway.properties. Find the line:
>
> #HttpIPAddress=
>
> and modify it to read:
>
> HttpIPAddress=<IPaddress>
>
> 2) Go the the Pylon Anywhere Admin Console, right-click on the PAAC
> plug-in, and choose Properties. Go to the Secure Gateway tab, Click Add,
> and enter the IP address Pylon is to be bound to. Select the "localhost"
> entry, and click Remove. Click Apply, then OK.
>
> 3) Go to the Management section of the Admin console, select Servers, then
> right-click on the server listed in the right-hand pane, and click Stop.
> When it has stopped, right-click and and click Start.
>
> This may be all you need to do, but in our tests there were two more
> steps:
>
> 4) Browse to http://localhost/sgadmin, Click on Enterprise Info, check the
> box next to any Enterprises listed, and click "Remove Enterprise".
>
> 5) Restart the machine.
>
> 6) If you have a separate Secure Gateway in your DMZ, you will probably
> have to repeat the steps 4. and 5. on that machine as well.
>
> Please note that the Pylon Anywhere documentation and the install itself
> specifically state that "Pylon Anywhere is not intended to be run on the
> same machine as other server software".
> ***********
>
>
> We don't have documentation on how to configure Tomcat for this purpose,
> because of the caveat in the last paragraph above. However, a quick Google
> search indicates that setting the "address" value to a specific IP address
> should do the trick.
>
> Regards,
>
> Mike Loop
> Pylon Tech Support
>
> chris@owen32.org wrote:
>> Hello All - is there any info on being able to run PA Tomcat and IIS on
>> the same server, i.e. not changing the IIS ports to something other than
>> 80 or 443 instead specifying the IP and Port for Tomcat to bind/listen on
>> ?
>>