2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 27, 2001 2:06 PM by Joshua

    JBossMQ and NAT (Network Address Translation)

    Reinhard Verch Newbie

      we have a problem with Network Address Translation (dynamic) and JBossMQ. The server will connect to the Client IP in his subnet behind the router.

      What can we do?

        • 1. Re: JBossMQ and NAT (Network Address Translation)
          Hiram Chirino Expert

          Did not understand the question.

          • 2. Re: JBossMQ and NAT (Network Address Translation)
            Joshua Newbie

            I am also very puzzled by this question.

            Take for instance cable modems (usually use dynamic IP)

            Case Scenario:

            Household 1 has a router having public IP
            behind this router is >= 2 host machines
            Host machines have a local subnet IP 192.168.#.#

            Household 2: identical to Household 1 but, of course a
            different house

            A = a host machine from Household 1
            B = a host machine from Household 2
            C = a host having a public IP (not shared)

            Let's start from the base of my confusion:
            can A create a socket connection with B?
            What are the possible ways these 2 hosts can send
            messages to each other?

            A can see C, but C can't see A?
            A & B can't see each other?

            And at the top of the pyramid:
            Is it possible for A to send an asyncronous message
            to B using JBossMQ? Explain please.

            how about A & B talking directly to each other bypassing a central server if both hosts are connected to the Internet. If this would work it would save a lot of strain on the central server (C)

            I hope the response to this clears a lot of confusion others may share with me.

            I'll leave firewalls for another time.

            Please, someone clear our confusion!