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Re: [xmlblaster] Multi-homed machine
On Fri, Aug 23, 2002 at 04:34:09PM +0200, Marcel Ruff wrote:
> David Kerry wrote:
> >Hi Folks,
> > I'm attempting to setup and configure xmlBlaster here on a machine
> >that has 6 nics.
> > After getting everything just they way I wanted, I immediately
> >ran into the problem that xmlBlaster gives me no way to specify which
> >ip address to bind to for a given service. The XML-RPC service in
> >particular is giving me a problem.
> > How do I setup the XML-RPC service to do the following?:
> > a) Bind to the wildcard address (any address - *.*.*.*)
> > or (even better)
> > b) Bind to any subset of the configured IP addresses on
> > the machine.
> >Thank you
> java org.xmlBlaster.Main -help
> you find options for adjusting ports, hostnames etc for all protocols.
Hmm.. ok, I can do this: -xmlrpc.hostname=0.0.0.0, and I get my
default any-address bind, which is good. However, it would also
be *very* nice to be able to specify a list of addresses to bind
to. My machine has 6 addresses (7 if you include localhost),
plus potentially lots more virtual addresses. I may not want to
expose this service to all interfaces, and throwing firewall
rules in all over the place gets rather messy.
In an ideal world, I would like to be able to do this:
XML-RPC running on these ports, for example:
(out of the 7 available)
I did attempt to specify multiple xmlrpc.hostname property values
(or on the command line), but all that happened was it picked up
the last (or first) defined value ignoring the others.