We have a multi-tiered client-server system that uses RMI to communicate between a client applet within a Netscape browser and our server. On our LAN, everythingruns just fine. At another site we get the error:
Remote Exception error intializing: java.rmi.UnmarshalException: Transport return code invalid.
The remote sit'es network is quite large and complex. I was wondering if certain types of hardware or software configurations could cause problems in RMI's mode of communication over an Intranet. Both the server and clients reside on the site's Intranet.
Any and all thoughts on this problem would be greatly appreciated.
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