Connecting two squiggle subnets

Jun 1, 2011 at 7:57 PM
Edited Jun 2, 2011 at 11:18 AM

Hi, I have the following network configuration, is there a way to make a squiggle clients at 172.31.10.X to talk with another squiggle clients at 192.168.7.X?

172.31.10.X <----> 10.33.1.115 <------- VPN ------> 192.168.15.53 <-------> 192.168.7.X

An user at 172.31.10.X cannot ping/connect to people at 192.168.15.53 neither 192.168.7.X.

An user at 192.168.7.X cannot ping/connect to people at 10.33.1.115 neither 172.31.10.X.

From 192.168.15.53 is not possible to ping 172.31.10.X.

From 10.33.1.115 is not possible to ping 192.168.7.X.

It's possible to ping/connect 10.33.1.115 from 192.168.15.53 and it's possible to ping/connect 192.168.15.53 from 10.33.1.115.

I have problems with multicast messages in my network, they are blocked by the switches and firewalls.

 

So, is there a solution for me?

Coordinator
Jun 1, 2011 at 8:18 PM
Edited Jun 1, 2011 at 8:19 PM

binhopacheco Yes I believe communication is possible in your scenario.

You need to install a Multicast Server in every subnet
You also need to install a Squiggle Bridge in every subnet
You have to allow Bridges to connect to each other across subnet on specfic tcp ports
Bridges will connect to each subnet's multicast service for replaying the messages.

For details please read the following

Jun 30, 2011 at 2:16 PM
Edited Jun 30, 2011 at 2:25 PM

Hi, I am sorry to ask, I know there are tutorials for this, but I have only one shoot to make everything right.

 

In the IP 10.33.1.115

Multicast.config:

 <appSettings>
 <add key="ip" value="10.33.1.115" />
  <add key="port" value="9998" />
 </appSettings>
Bridge.config:
  <BridgeConfiguration>
    <internalservicebinding ip="10.33.1.115" port="1235" />
    <externalservicebinding ip="10.33.1.115" port="1234" />
    <channelbinding ip="10.33.1.115" mport="9998" sport="9997" />
    <targets>
      <add ip="192.168.15.53" port="1234" />
    </targets>
  </BridgeConfiguration>

 

In the IP 192.168.15.53

Multicast.config:

  <appSettings>
    <add key="ip" value="192.168.15.53" />
    <add key="port" value="9998" />
  </appSettings>

Bridge.config:

  <BridgeConfiguration>
    <internalservicebinding ip="192.168.15.53" port="1235" />
    <externalservicebinding ip="192.168.15.53" port="1234" />
    <channelbinding ip="192.168.15.53" mport="9998" sport="9997" />
    <targets>
      <add ip="10.33.1.115" port="1234" />
    </targets>

thanks in advance,

 

leonardo pacheco

Coordinator
Jun 30, 2011 at 2:37 PM

Yes your settings seem right to me.

Regards

Hasan