Waldenio, > To: address@hidden > From: Waldenio Almeida <address@hidden> > Subject: LDM under NAT > Organization: INPE/CPTEC > Keywords: 200408231504.i7NF48Xn000899 LDM firewall NAT The above message contained the following: > We are preparing the CPTEC's Stand on Brazilian > Congress, for next week. We will have a couple > of LDMs working during the congress. > > The initial setup for Internet is thought to be an > ADSL with a sub-network under it. The CPTEC's support > personal intend to mount some kind of NAT, and the > LDM will be inside this sub-network, along with > other computers. > > I am afraid that LDM authentication will refuse > that setup, and deny connection. Is it Right ? > The LDM can work in a sub-network where his "real" > IP isnt is the IP that is seen by upstream LDM ? An LDM behind a NAT should be able to request data from outside the NAT if the IP address of the NAT device has an ALLOW entry in the configuration-file of the outside LDM. An LDM outside a NAT should be able to request data from an LDM behind a NAT if the NAT device is configured to forward all connections to port 388 to the LDM host behind the NAT. Tom should be able to help you with this. > Many Thanks, > Waldenio > CPTEC/INPE Regards, Steve Emmerson > NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the > Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available > through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made > available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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