Overlay Convergence Architecture for Legacy Applications

Nov 22, 2006: Website redesigned.

Access a machine behind a NAT

OCALA enables you to use i3 to access a machine behind a NAT. Click here to access a webserver running on a machine behind a NAT. The webpage which opens in a new window shows the network status of the NATted machine. Note the local IP address of the network interface.

This demo also makes use of the OCALA remote client proxy to enable you to access an i3 host without installing any OCALA software on your machine.

Using i3 to access a NATted host

For more information on how to make your NATted server accessible on the Internet, please visit the OCALA NAT Traversal Service page.

Last Updated on 11/22/06 15:51:48