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[Condor-users] Negotiator Interface


I am unable to force the Negotiator to advertise a public interface to the collector.  The Negotiator is running on a multi-interface machine, and it is always choosing the private interface, as evidence by 'condor_status -negotiator -l'

In the local configuration for the host:
NETWORK_INTERFACE = <public_ip_address>
PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME = <public_host_name>

At Startup, the log indicates listening on a public ip:
DaemonCore: Command Socket at <public_ip>

But, it is advertising the private interface to the collector
$ condor_status -negotiator -l
NegotiatorIpAddr = "<>"
RealUid = 0
CondorVersion = "$CondorVersion: 7.4.2 Mar 29 2010 BuildID: 227044 $"
CondorPlatform = "$CondorPlatform: X86_64-LINUX_RHEL5 $"
MyCurrentTime = 1284563516
Machine = "public_hostname"
PrivateNetworkName = "public_ip"
PrivateNetworkIpAddr = "<>"
PublicNetworkIpAddr = "<>"
DaemonStartTime = 1284563516
UpdateSequenceNumber = 0
MyAddress = "<>"

Derek Weitzel
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Nebraska Holland Computing Center

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