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Re: Syncrepl, consumer and provider in different subnets
--On Sunday, August 28, 2005 3:11 PM -0400 Samuel Tran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am currently using slurpd replication where the slave and the master
are in different subnets, only network traffic from the master to the
slave being allowed.
I am considering replacing slurpd replication with syncrepl when
migrating from OL 2.2.x to OL 2.3.x.
According to the syncrepl documentation syncrepl uses a
consumer-initiated protocol. Does it mean that network traffic from the
consumer to provider needs to be allowed?
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