CORBA: Type ID is not matching

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Whenever we are getting the request from CORBA client, that request is not reaching till CORBA server. When I asked to client people they told your server is showing down from their end. When I checked traces as well, I found my server is running on 3075 port and default CORBA port is 1049. But we are getting the request some different port as well. Whenever we are getting the request for different port, where our server is not running, in that time CORBA server is replying back to client, type id is not matched. I am new in CORBA. So please anybody can suggest me here I am wrong?
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  • TheRealRaven
    "But we are getting the request some different port as well."

    If a request comes into a port that you aren't listening on, that request will simply disappear. It will have no effect on your server. If there is an effect, then you are running on that port.

    That is, if a request arrives on port 2049, for example, and your server reacts to it, then your server is listening on port 2049. If you don't want port 2049 to affect your server, then don't listen on it, or block port 2049 with a firewall.

    If there are remote processes in your network that are sending requests on 2049, you can either use network traces to locate the source devices or watch for failures in (once blocked/firewalled).
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