[erlang-questions] Simple NAT traversal
Wed Feb 1 14:19:55 CET 2012
Thank you for the response. But before i wade into that territory,
do you think it will be easier than just writing a tcp server?
Anyway, i am going to check that out.
On 1 Feb., 10:50, Edward Wang <edward.yu.w...@REDACTED> wrote:
> If your NAT device supports UPnP, you can ask for its external address
> using UPnP protocol. But there's nothing simple in it. UPnP is a
> horrible protocol.
> That said, if you do want to try this, you can check out UPnP
> implementation in etorrent. I did that about one year ago for opening
> port mapping. The related source code are
> They are quite standalone and complete UPnP implementation. Take a
> look at how add_port_mapping is implemented:
> It should be easy enough to add your own get_external_address
> function, which is defined in following specification:
> On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 4:25 PM, eigenfunction <emeka_1...@REDACTED> wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > i have an erlang application running behind a nat. Now i have come to
> > a point where i need to know my public ip. I was thinking about
> > running a tiny tcp server behind the nat whose sole purpose would be
> > to send me my public ip. My question is this: isn't there a more
> > simple alternative? Heck, even if i could determine the public ip of
> > the NAT device without doing a "backflip" it will be enough for my
> > case.
> > Any idea?
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