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From nwbirnie <>
Subject [GitHub] cxf pull request: CXF-6795 WS-Discovery add support for discovery ...
Date Mon, 22 Feb 2016 16:30:14 GMT
GitHub user nwbirnie opened a pull request:

    CXF-6795 WS-Discovery add support for discovery on localhost

    This addresses the feature request to add loopback support for UDP transport and hence
    There was some code which was attempting to guess which network interface to use for multicast
purposes. I have left the ability to configure a specific interface to use, but I removed
the code which tried to guess a default interface since this is best handled by the operating
system's routing table. The algorithm was essentially making an arbitrary choice from the
available network interfaces, except the loopbacks. However, it is still possible and in many
circumstances desirable to run multicast on the loopback adapter. This requires the MulticastSocket
to be configured with the setLoopbackMode(false) and setReuseAddress(true) options in order
to receive packets which were sent from the local machine.
    In some circumstances, this will not be required, but it shouldn't cause a major issue
since the WS-D packets are so small. Perhaps someone can comment on impact outside of WS-D
for other user of UDPTransport's multicast capability?

You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull cxf6795

Alternatively you can review and apply these changes as the patch at:

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    This closes #113
commit 908086aaa5715175150cebe2848dff13f9f7e8cd
Author: Nick Birnie <>
Date:   2016-02-16T17:15:03Z

    [CXF-6768] Add ws-addr schema to catalog for offline support

commit ee322e2aac644bdfb6756990b844a87d1c15395d
Author: Nick Birnie <>
Date:   2016-02-22T16:19:47Z

    [CXF-6795] Remove guess at multicast network interface. Leave this for the operating system
routing table to decide.


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