[Gluster-users] Mounting glusterfs through NAT?

Arnulf Heimsbakk arnulf.heimsbakk at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 08:24:39 UTC 2008


I'm trying to mount glusterfs through a NATing firewall. The
glusterfsd port 6996 is open and I can telnet (netcat) to it.

When I try to mount the client get "Transport endpoint is not connected".


2008-07-08 10:15:37 E [fuse-bridge.c:459:fuse_entry_cbk]
glusterfs-fuse: 11: (34) / => -1 (107)
2008-07-08 10:15:37 W [client-protocol.c:332:client_protocol_xfer]
ogc-brick1: not connected at the moment to submit frame type(1) op(34)
2008-07-08 10:15:37 E [client-protocol.c:4423:client_lookup_cbk]
ogc-brick1: no proper reply from server, returning ENOTCONN

On the server - glusterfsd.log:

2008-07-07 14:01:02 E
[server-protocol.c:6040:server_protocol_interpret] server: bound_xl is
2008-07-08 08:14:28 E [ip.c:76:gf_auth] auth/ip: client is bound to
port 25899 which is not privilaged
2008-07-08 08:14:28 E [server-protocol.c:5671:mop_setvolume] server:
Cannot authenticate client from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:25899

My export allows everyone with

option auth.ip.ogc-brick.allow *

1. I can mount the glusterfs files ystem locally on the server
2. The client can mount glusterfs file systems on other networks, not NATed
3. Version 1.3.9

Can glusterfs be mounted through NAT? Do I need some special configuration?

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