Re: [ldm-users] Networking guru question...


We currently have that at NSSL, with the servers having internal 172.16.x.x
addresses, with a static 129.15.x.x NAT for the outside world to see.

The firewall should take care of everything.  Outside users will request
from your "normal" address, and if anyone is requesting from you that is
also "inside" they can request from the internal address, without having to
go through the firewall.   For your requests, they will be seen from the
outside as the "normal" address with not work on your side, and data should
be passed back through the firewall to your server.

Your LDM should not go kerblooey, it should be fine.  The only thing I can
think you might want to change is the allow/request of any systems you want
to feed internally.

On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 1:44 PM, Gilbert Sebenste <
sebenste@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> So, our University is switching to go to a 10.x.x.x
> IP address system, routable within the University.
> I need to understand how this will work, but
> they told me I could have an internal 10.X.X.X
> IP address for my servers, but still point externally
> to a "normal" IP address to external users.
> Does your entity do this, and how does that work on a CentOS
> 5/6 environment? Will my LDM go kerblooey as a result?
> Gilbert
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