Intercepting Messages on TCP/IP in Mule

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In this article, we will see how Mule can intercept messages on the TCP/IP socket for real-time communication. You will first receive messages on the TCP/IP socket and then transform the messages from byte to object, then from object to XML, and then, finally, from XML to JSON––all using out-of-the-box Mule transformers.

The TCP transport allows users to send or receive messages over TCP connections. TCP is a layer above the IP.

November 2015 CloudHub update – now with self-service static IPs

November 10 2015


The November 2015 CloudHub update allows users to allocate static IPs for their cloud integration applications. If you have applications that need IP whitelisting, or are subject to network security rules that require a fixed IP address, then this update will allow you to self service these static IPs without having to raise a support ticket with MuleSoft. CloudHub users will now see a new setting on their application settings page,