[Sidefx-houdini-list] License through ssh tunnel?
jiversen at rhythm.com
Wed Jan 4 12:37:15 EST 2012
Can you do this in the $HIH/houdini/hserver.opt configuration file?
# hserver can dis-allow requests from remote hosts. This prevents
# unwanted hosts from rendering on your system or controlling your
# hserver. The default masks are:
# Read: +.+.+.*
# Write: +.+.+.*
# The plus (+) sign is replaced with the digit of the local hosts IP
# address. The asterix (*) will match any digit. These can be
# The write mask is checked for the following tasks:
# 1) Shut-down of the server
# 2) Starting a remote render
# 3) Pausing/Resuming/Killing a render
# 4) Changing the license server
# The read mask is checked before returning information about the
# state of hserver.
# Examples of masks are:
# readIPMask +.+.+.*
# writeIPMask +.+.+.*
Michael O'Brien wrote:
> We contacted SideFX and had them add our vpn and farm subnet to the list of
> valid subnets for our licenses.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: sidefx-houdini-list-bounces at sidefx.com [mailto:sidefx-houdini-
>> list-bounces at sidefx.com] On Behalf Of Mark Bolstad
>> Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 6:39 AM
>> To: sidefx-houdini-list at sidefx.com
>> Subject: [Sidefx-houdini-list] License through ssh tunnel?
>> I have a new floating license set up on a linux box. I'd like to use
>> license on my macbook pro. Works fine when on the same subnet, but
>> work when I VPN in ( it looks like I'm on a different subnet). Using
>> VPN I
>> get an error when I point the OSX server to the linux machine "server
>> serve licenses to this machine".
>> I tried tunnelling to the machine but didn't have any luck. As anyone
>> successfully been able to access a license server through an ssh
>> FYI, I used dual tunnels on ports 1714 and 1715.
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