09-27-2011 05:56 AM
T3 is a proprietary protocol developed by
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/Acquisitions/bea/index.html?origref=http://www.zeus.com/community/answer/integrating-zxtm-bea-weblogics-t3-protocol">BEA Systems</a>
. It's primary use is within BEA Weblogic's series of application servers. To read more regarding ZXTM's integration with BEA Weblogic, Zeus has published an article detailing
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.zeus.com/community/articles/deploying-zxtm-bea-weblogic-server">ZXTM's interaction with BEA Weblogic</a>
T3 connections are long lived and stream based in order to reduce overhead. Once a TCP connection is made, communications are initiated by the client. As such, in order to create a working ZXTM Virtual Server, you will need to implement a Generic Client First protocol.