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Re: [condor-users] getting the demons to listen on a different interface


> I have two sets of machines, one on the public network, and one on a 
> RFC1982 network. The central manager runs on a gateway machine so it can 
> later talk to both networks easily (and for now, in order to have the CM 
> accessible from the public network w/o hopping through yet another gateway).
>  > [root]# ifconfig
>  > eth0      Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 00:30:48:71:1D:6B
>  >           inet addr:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Bcast:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 
> Mask:
>  >
>  > eth1      Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 00:30:48:71:1D:6A
>  >           inet addr:  Bcast: 
> Mask:
>  >
> Now I could not find a way to have the demons (negotiator etc) listen on 
> the private interface. The ports 9614 and 9618 and so on are open on the 
> primary eth0 interface only. The CONDOR_HOST and similar entries seem to 
> *tell about* the whereabouts of the host/interface, but not actually 
> instruct any demon to use a particular interface. Eventually the 
> challenge will be to have the demons accept requests on both interfaces, 
> but for now I'm looking for a way to bind them to eth1. Is there a way 
> to do that?

Someone already suggested setting NETWORK_INTERFACE, but you may want to
read this thread:


To see if it will help solve your general problem.

Daniel K. Forrest	Laboratory for Molecular and
forrest@xxxxxxxxxxxxx	Computational Genomics
			University of Wisconsin, Madison
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