[erlang-questions] Orber and NAT

Torbjorn Tornkvist <>
Thu Nov 16 00:48:04 CET 2006


Niclas Eklund skrev:
> Hello!
> 
> 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.

May I ask what new thing you're planning for SSL ?
Would it be possible to have support for the {fd, Fd}
option (as for gen_tcp) ?

--Tobbe

  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,
> 
> Nick
> 
> 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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