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From Jako <i...@simone.pro>
Subject Hub and spoke network topology
Date Wed, 28 Oct 2015 09:19:48 GMT
Hi,
 we have a lot of brokers all attached to a central H broker in a hub and
spoke topology.
Clients will connect to the external brokers A, B, C, D, E and F.


I have a working setup like this with more or less 350 external brokers.
Through logs and jmx I see that all the queues are 'present' on all the
clients.
Actually the clients of different brokers have to speak to each other in
rare occasions. 

So, is there a way to lighten the clients and remove the existence of the
whole network queues from their awareness? In exclusion of the queues of the
same broker clients.
You could say, and how could clients of different nodes communicate? 
I hope that there is a mean to achieve routing as the ip protocol: when the
broker A receives a message for a non local queue, it should forward it to
the H broker; H will have all the queues in the network, that's expected.

Is this possible, or am I talking nonsense?

Thank you for your help
Simone

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