>From your description, it sounds like your firewall may be blocking
the none HTTP traffic.  Perhaps utilising the AMQP 1.0 web socket
binding is an option for you?


What AMQP 1.0 enabled products have you selected (client and server
side)?  Broker-J and the Qpid JMS Client have web socket support.

Hope this helps.

On 8 February 2018 at 14:55, Qian Cheng <qian.ch...@doubleslash.de> wrote:
> Hello,
> we are currently facing a "big" simple problem. In one of our deploy 
> environment, there is a firewall between our glass fish server and  amqp 
> server. We can reach amqp server via proxy (HTTPS).
> My data here:
> environment: JAVA, AMQP 1.0
> Glassfish 4  (JAVA) using jms/amqp to send and consume messages with 
> "amqps://amqpRemoteUri" (topic)  => due to firewall not possible
> Curl -kv -x "user:passw...@proxy.xx.xx:8080 https://amqpRemoteUri"; is ok 
> (from glassfish server)
> Is it possible to use any (additional) class to send / consume messages?
> Many thanks
> Qian

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