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Re: [Linux-cluster] Problems with RHCS across firewalls



This is what I am using:

UDP: 5404,5405,50007
TCP: 11111,16851,21064,41966,41967,41968,41969,50006,50008,50009

This works so far.

Dirk


carlopmart schrieb:
carlopmart wrote:
Christine Caulfield wrote:
On 18/01/10 10:28, carlopmart wrote:
Hi all,

I have several problems to setup a rhcs (two nodes) when are installed
and secured on two separated networks with a different firewalls.

I have setup these rules on my internal firewalls to allow traffic for
rhcs:

source: hostA
destination: hostB
services: 5404 and 50405 udp, 21064 tcp, 50006-50008-50009 tcp, 50007 udp

source: hostB
destination: hostA
services: 5404 and 50405 udp, 21064 tcp, 50006-50008-50009 tcp, 50007 udp

source: hostA and hostB
destination: 255.255.255.255
services: 5404 and 50405 udp

source: hostA and hostB
destination: multicast_address
service: any

... but it doesn't works ... What am I doing wrong?? I don't use NAT on
these firewalls due to all traffic needs to across internal networks.

Thanks.


You mention port 50405 - that should be 5405. Now that might be a typo in your email, but if that's the port you've opened on the servers then the cluster won't start.

Here's the documentation for enabling ports for cluster suite:

http://www.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5.4/html/Cluster_Administration/s1-iptables-CA.html

Chrissie

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Sorry, 50405 is a typo. I am using 5405 port under firewall policies ...


Nothing??




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