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From Mike Bridge <m...@bridgecanada.com>
Subject Re: Trying to access Kafka behind NAT, java.io.BrokenPipe error
Date Tue, 07 Jul 2015 22:13:51 GMT
can zookeeper access the broker through the public IP?  advertised.host.name
is also what zookeeper uses to communicate to the broker, but if zookeeper
is inside the NAT it might not have a route via that external IP.
On Jul 7, 2015 2:10 PM, "Su She" <suhshekar52@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> I am in a tricky situation.
> I am running Kafka (downloaded via binary) on a private cloud behind NAT. I
> am hoping to send messages to the broker from outside the cloud. Everything
> else seems to be working fine, I can send messages from instances within
> the private cloud. The instance has a private ip, but no public ip.
> So public IP ip addr A:8081 is mapped through PFSense NAT Rules to a
> private ip B:80
> Here are some of the configurations I have tried:
> server.properties:
> port =80 //this works fine locally, no other PID is using htis port
> advertised.host.name =public IP addrA //causes java.io.BrokenPipe Error,
> have also tried the private ip
> advertised.port =8081
> I am not sure what else I can change in server.properties. Has anyone else
> tried to do this? Is this possible? Or does the broker need to be attached
> to its own public ip.
> Thank you for the help!
> -Su

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