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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Ambari/Hadoop Listening on Two Networks?

  • #58203
    William Lu
    Participant

    Would it be possible for Ambari and other Hadoop components to listen on two or more networks? For example, a Hadoop node svr1.domain.name has two addresses: 10.1.2.3 and 172.4.5.6, is there a way so that, for a given port (say, 50030), it can receive and process requests on all three below?
    svr1.domain.name:50030
    10.1.2.3:50030
    172.4.5.6:50030

    I am asking out of necessity. Depending on which network the user is on (and the corresponding DNS server), a FQDN like svr1.domain.name may resolve to either 10.1.2.3 or 172.4.5.6. Currently, all requests to 172.4.5.6:50030 are not serviced. Also, once svr1.domain.name:50030 is resolved to 172.4.5.6:50030, the user won’t get to that server port.

    Please help. Thanks!

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