[AG-TECH] Bridge availability chances.
dcpiper at indiana.edu
Mon Apr 9 14:38:54 CDT 2007
I'm having a (possibly) similar problem with a participant in Tokyo,
Japan. I'm not sure of the way that bridges are chosen, but it seems
that from this participant's location, no bridges are available at all.
I'm not sure if it's firewalling or what that might prevent even the
LIST of bridges appearing, or what it is.
Jimmy Miklavcic wrote:
> I'm working with Kansas University Medical Center to get a small Access
> Grid node running. They most certainly don't have multicast available on
> their campus so we are stuck with unicast. They have a "very" stringent
> security policy and I'm forced to narrow down the number of bridges that
> they will allow through their fire wall.
> So the question is, if I give them a list of ten bridges, what are the
> chances that one or two of them will be listed in the bridge registry?
> Should they increase their bridge locator function from 10 to say 20 to
> increase their chances of seeing any of the ten? Also, if a bridge is
> not listed in the registry, does it mean that it is not available?
> Jimmy Miklavcic
> Multimedia Specialist
> Jimmy.Miklavcic at utah.edu
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Derek Piper - dcpiper at indiana.edu - (812) 856 0111
IRI 323, School of Informatics
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
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