[Micronet] Matlab license server and Airbear

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[Micronet] Matlab license server and Airbear

Yoon Lee
Hi all,

Connecting via Airbear, Matlab (R2009a version) can not connect to our
Matlab license server.  The license server is configured to access from
anywhere, and via campus LAN line (from several different subnets) it
connects fine.  Does AirBears has a firewall?  Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Yoon
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Yoon Lee
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Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley

 
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Re: [Micronet] Matlab license server and Airbear

Erik Klavon
On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 04:40:32PM -0700, Yoon Lee wrote:
> Connecting via Airbear, Matlab (R2009a version) can not connect to our
> Matlab license server.  The license server is configured to access from
> anywhere, and via campus LAN line (from several different subnets) it
> connects fine.

AirBears uses one to one NAT for authenticated sessions. This can
cause problems for protocols above layer 3 that embed client IP
addresses. To start the troubleshooting process, please open a network
trouble ticket with the IST service desk. Please include as much
information about the problem as possible, including the IP addresses
of the servers involved and the ports used by the Matlab license
server.

Erik

 
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