[erlang-questions] Orber and NAT

Niclas Eklund nick@REDACTED
Wed Nov 15 11:20:01 CET 2006


It will be supported in the next version of Orber, which will be released
as soon as some new stuff has been added to the SSL application. The goal
is to release Orber and SSL within a week or so. To get it going you need
to do the following:

 * Set the Orber environment flags for NAT and current interface.

 * Define {local, DefaultNATIPAddress, [{IPAddress, NATIPAddress}]} and/or
   {local, DefaultNATPort, [{Port, NATPort}]}.

 * Perhaps use IOP_ServiceContext containing the local interface.

You will be able to read more in chapters Configuration, Firewall
Configuration and Interface Configuration.

Using add_alternate_iiop_address isn't the way to go. Why? Because then
the IOR would contain both the NAT-address and the internal address.

Best regards,


On Mon, 13 Nov 2006, Jimmy Olgeni wrote:
> Hello,
> Is there a way to make a Corba object visible _both_ on the local 
> network and across NAT? Using the NAT flag in Orber seems to cut the 
> local network out... Or is it a job for add_alternate_iiop_address?
> bye,
>    jimmy
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