[AG-TECH] Re: AG trouble
Jennifer Teig von Hoffman
jtvh at bu.edu
Mon May 2 11:55:39 CDT 2005
Have the folks at Brown looked at this document?
My first instinct would be to double-check that *all* the necessary
ports have been opened up, and to check the other various items
discussed in this document. AG use behind firewalls is a very tricky
If no others from the ag-tech "guru cluster" have responded, please take
heart -- many of us were at the AG Retreat last week in California and
may not have been in our email much.
Mark Hereld wrote:
> Hello Muhamad,
> I've cc'd your problem to the ag-tech mailing list. Thereat communes
> the worlds largest,
> most formidable, and only official Olympic Games Access Grid guru
> cluster. If they can't help you, then there is no solution -- that's
> their motto, anyway.
> P.S. I enjoyed your Abutek website as it cleared up many mysteries.
> At 04:58 PM 4/27/2005, you wrote:
>> From what I’ve been told, you are our AG guru contact so here’s my
>> We helped the nice people at brown university in Providence, RI set up
>> an AG node. Their setup though is behind a NAT firewall. However, they
>> opened up a set of ports for us to get through. We’ve configured the
>> bridge config file to use that range of ports. The problem is that
>> most of the time the vic and rat use the same port and either audio or
>> video is stomped on (ie completely ousted). And even in the case that
>> they get assigned different ports, they don’t get our video. I myself
>> am neither a networking or AG wizard and couldn’t determine the source
>> of this problem.
>> If you think you can help us with this problem, our gratitude will be
>> extended to you. Otherwise, please let me know who you think could
>> help us out with this problem.
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