Re: RIM's New Hosted BES
The BlackBerry Infrastructure is based on the BES and only connect it. The terminals are not visible to the public network, since they are connected to a private network through the mobile operator. They then receive an IP (Internet Protocol) dynamic, non-routable class A Clearly, the company connects to the terminals through the BlackBerry Infrastructure, which protects it from intrusion from the Internet. Thus, the TCP / IP (Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol) issued by the NBS is outgoing. When the BES software starts, it establishes a permanent connection to TCP / IP connection to the BlackBerry Infrastructure, which is authenticated by an SRP Identifier and a software key authentication. The connection established in this way starts the dialogue TCP / IP in both directions between the BES and the BlackBerry Infrastructure. All streams of data exchanged between the BES and the terminal through this connection, any incoming connection is refused, thus protecting the local network of the company.
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