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From ar13 <andrew...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Securing active MQ
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2009 17:01:38 GMT

We have still been unable to get activemq to honor the configuration file
broker name and uselocalhost options.

AMQ still tries to resolve the ip provided in the transport connector to a
dns name . It does this even when provided with a broker name and setting
the transport connector use localhost option .

Has anyone been able to get AMQ to use the options in the config file and
not have AMQ from resolving ( or attempting to resolve) IPs to DNS names ? 

thanks


ar13 wrote:
> 
> OK 
> 
> I have been unable to get ActiveMQ to work in a system with two connected
> networks
> 
> in the this set up 
> 
> system A has two NICs
> NIC 0 connected to the public network
> NIC 1 connected to a private network
> 
> I have configured AMQ to only listen on the private network for messages.
> I have posted the configuration below. When the host machine has a host
> name of either localhost or no host name then the configuration below
> allows AMQ broker to start. However if the host gets a host name from the
> public network then AMQ tries to resolve that hostname on the private
> interface and fails to start. This happens even when the transport uri is
> configured with the useLocalHost option.
> 
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