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accepted Route local traffic to ip1:port to extern ip2:port
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comment Route local traffic to ip1:port to extern ip2:port
I know this solution is not a final one, but I just want to continue developing while the guys at Couchbase give me an definite answer on how to fix the 'redirect'. The Client is a lib with PHP that I don't know how to change, so there is no other way for now to get the right ip from the http service.
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comment Route local traffic to ip1:port to extern ip2:port
Sorry, I don't think I was clear enough, the HTTP service just returns and IP to connect to, thus 'redirecting' the Client, but not with a HTTP Redirect.
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revised Route local traffic to ip1:port to extern ip2:port
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comment Route local traffic to ip1:port to extern ip2:port
@cjc It is not a HTTP redirect, it simply gets a server to connect to from the http service. But the ip it gets from the HTTP service is a internal ip which is not available.
Jul
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comment Route local traffic to ip1:port to extern ip2:port
@DerfK The port is always the same and indeed TCP traffic.
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comment Reject all mail packages on all ports (outgoing) on Ubuntu
Thanks, but we don't use any mail clients at all. Gmail all the way over here, so no mail should ever have been send from this network.
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