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Subject: Re: dynamic clarity...
From: Bram Dumolin <bram-cipe,AT,grmbl,DOT,net>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 06:42:20 +0200
In-reply-to: <20010926213046.C11633@suberic.net>


kevin lyda(kevin,AT,suberic,DOT,net)@Wed, Sep 26, 2001 at 09:30:46PM +0100:
> ok, the cipe docs and google searches don't seem to give a very clear
> description of connecting up a dynamic hosts all to a single static
> host/hub.

You know how many you want to connect?

> what i'm looking for is a simple way for a static host to support
> a few dynamic hosts.  is this possible without a dynamic dns server?
> would anyone have a suggestion as to a document or a place in the 1.5.2
> cipe docs that would have info on this solution?

Basically you can start up a number of instances of cipe and on the hub side 
you can define in the options file as peer

For example:

me myip:7000

me myip:7001

me myip:7002

For each instance you have to change the port.

Then it shouldn't matter what the dynamic host's ip is.

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