[AG-TECH] Avoiding problems - Multicast groups and also unicast bridges
michael.groufsky at canterbury.ac.nz
Sun Nov 19 15:46:11 CST 2006
I also am curious about this. Is there any way of setting up an AGTK 3
bridge behind a firewall, without causing delays for others?
-- Michael Groufsky
Assistant Hardware Engineer
HIT Lab NZ
Joseph Stone wrote:
> As a last step in getting a FC5 AGTK 3.0 Venue Server up, I have two
> questions that deal with avoiding problems
> 1) How do people pick multicast addresses and ports such that they
> don't use what someone else is using already? It looks like the tool
> will dynamically pick addresses / ports or give an option to pick
> static ones, something I think we prefer to do. Is this a good thing
> to do?
> 2) I want my unicast bridge to be used only by people who VPN into my
> server (I think). If it is behind a firewall, I know that I'll
> contribute to the long delays AGTK 3.0 Client users will experience.
> Can I tell the bridge to not let anyone know that it exists (except
> those joining my venue, of course)?
> Sorry if this has been answered in FAQs or mailing list, I've tried to
> find this information for sometime. If it is there, point me towards
> it. I'll develop better search techniques based on the pointer.
> Joseph Stone
> Senior Informatics Manager
> Family Medicine Community Health, Medical School, Univ. of Minnesota
> Suite 220 Dinnaken
> 925 Delaware St. SE
> Minneapolis, MN 55414
> (612) 624-3192
> stone004 at umn.edu <mailto:stone004 at umn.edu>
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