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From Paul Tomsic <ptom...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: broker/discovery client help
Date Tue, 23 May 2006 02:42:38 GMT
thanks.  the broker's would not be dynamic and
changing, so once they're set up, it's a done deal.
ideally, i'm just using discovery to enable ease in
bringing up new brokers as is necessary.


--- "Christopher G. Stach II" <cgs@ldsys.net> wrote:

> Paul Tomsic wrote:
> > thanks for the information.
> > i think i'm confused, though, as to how
> > consumers/producers would specify a specific
> cluster
> > and a machine?  
> > 
> > so say i've got consumers/producers in china that
> need
> > to connect to a cluster running in chicago named
> > "foo".
> > I've also got another cluster of brokers in
> chicago
> > running as "bar"
> > 
> > how would the consumers/producers specify which
> > cluster to connect to?
> > 
> > would my consumers connect as 
> > 
> > "discovery:multicast://chicago.mycompany.com/foo"
> > 
> > -and-
> > 
> > "discovery:multicast://chicago.mycompany.com/bar"
> > 
> > ??
> > 
> > thanks again for the help..
> > 
> > paul
> > 
> 
> They subscribe to the same multicast group, your
> multicast routers would
> forward the packets, and as long as the TTLs are
> high enough, they would
> reach the other side.
> 
>
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=ip+multicast+routing
> 
> Since you said you have two "clusters", maybe you
> should just set up
> unicast TCP connectors and use those.  Unless you
> have a bunch of
> machines in each group, or they're very dynamic and
> changing, maybe
> discovery isn't even the ideal setup.
> 
> -- 
> Christopher G. Stach II
> 


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