The ports used are described in the followng document,
note that one of the two fixed
ports is now user-defined (negotiator I
In my experience it is simpler to have the same ranges
everywhere since complexity doesn't
mix well with security (nor
I am a graduate student at the University of Delaware and we
have just installed a condor pool in our lab. It was a little rough
at first but I was able to get all the machines connected and communicating.
The only problem is that I had to open a wide range of ports on each machines
firewall in order to achieve this.
1. Is there a rule of thumb for how many ports to open for each
2. Is there a way to only open them to my sub-domain so that only my
computers can access those ports?
So far I opened a range of ports on all the machines for both UDP and
TCP. But I don't feel comfortable with this set up. What can I do to be more
I have about 20 computers in the pool.
"If only I had a