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Re: [Condor-users] A new bit of info

It's probably on your /etc/hosts as an alternative IP for your hostname

On 8/9/06, Ian Chesal <ICHESAL@xxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> OK: is the address assigned a bluetooth dongle I
> a few weeks ago.
> But why would condor know anything about this??  There is nothing in
> condor_config using that IP number.

I think Condor's default behaviour is to automatically bind to the first
ethernet interface it finds. Looks like after you added your dongle you
rebooted and Condor found 192.168. first. If you want it to list to all
a specific interface or all interfaces you need to tell it more via the
config file.

0435000000000000000 for more information on network-related config file
entries and how you can make Condor listen to your public subnet instead
of the 192.168. subnet.

- Ian

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