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By default it can continue to have the current behavior where it will only advertise rfc1918 addresses. johnjelinek commented Jun 25, 2015 @duritong: That hasn't been my experience. -bind without a private interface does not bind to public ipv4. therealbill commented Mar 7, 2016 I'll add my two cents on the "bind to interface" option. Consul requires a private address on which to advertise.

Eventually, it would be nice to support interface binding as well, but it is not a high priority ticket. Click OK. It's a pitty. The problem we face is that if you start Consul without telling it to bind to anything, it needs to pick an IP to use.

Stay logged in Welcome to Windows Vista Tips Welcome to Windows Vista Tips, your resource for help for any tech support and computing help with Windows Vista.. Unfortunately it is a difficult system to rebuild so when XP rollouts came around we chose to do Win2k->WinXP upgrade install to this one, rather then a fresh install. Art Bunch posted Jul 9, 2016 framework install... In short: we do have a use case in which we want consul to bind and announce on any address.

This is why the -announce and -bind flags are there as an escape hatch. My first recommendation would be to reinstall the WindowsUpdateAgentwith the installation package WindowsUpdateAgent20-x86.exe using the/wuforce switch to force a full and fresh installation of the WUA.Post by KayZer SozeOn the WSUS We use an overlay network for our containers and the subnet for this overlay network is (marked for "future use" by IANA.) Probably not best practice, but the overlay requires Any ideas?

This is the only thing I can think of that is causing this as I haven't run into it before. However, distinguishing rfc1918 and public IPs makes the life harder for everyone - I never understood your design decision in this regard. There are two major problems with your approach: Your software behaves differently out of the box on systems with and without an RFC1918 address, but your documentation doesn't call that out. withinboredom commented Jan 26, 2016 To make matters more frustrating is that it binds to the first available rfc1918 address, even though it was told to join to another subnet...

Even better solution would be to select a preferred interface and if that also has multiple IPs, consul can fail again. Node name: 's16' Datacenter: 'dc1' Server: true (bootstrap: false) Client Addr: (HTTP: 8500, HTTPS: -1, DNS: 8600, RPC: 8400) Cluster Addr: (LAN: 8301, WAN: 8302) Gossip encrypt: false, RPC-TLS: This with Consul v0.6.4 on SmartOS. Marc Speed Guest One of my clients is not installing updates.

I've searched and searched, tried all sorts of fixes, nothing works yet. Eddie Underhill Guest has anyone got a fix for this. beornf commented Mar 8, 2016 I've submitted a pull request which binds to a cidr regardless of interface #1570. -- torgeir, Microsoft MVP Scripting and WMI, Porsgrunn Norway Administration scripting examples and an ONLINE version of the 1328 page Scripting Guide: Torgeir Bakken \(MVP\), Aug 18, 2005

All IPv6 addrs are global). All my servers are in DMZ networks with routable IPs. If this option is set it should override the default privateBlocks variable in util.go with the configured range, so the default rfc1918 addresses should not be set if this option is I expect consul to only bind to localhost and RFC1918 IP's with the current policy if -bind isn't specified.

Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Or seen any other type of software server ever. What Consul cannot currently do is advertise multiple IP addresses for the same node. This exposes the HTTP API to that IP though, which could be a security issue if it is exposed to the world.

It can't create entirely new interfaces for you. [email protected]:# consul agent -server -data-dir /tmp/consul -bind=:: -advertise=2001:db8::1 ==> WARNING: It is highly recommended to set GOMAXPROCS higher than 1 ==> Starting Consul agent... ==> Starting Consul agent RPC... ==> Consul If binding to public IPs out of the box is dangerous for your application, my assertion is that binding to RFC1918 IPs out of the box is equally as dangerous.

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I'm curious why your ephemeral instances need public IPs. OferE commented Mar 6, 2016 +1 for @TiS suggestion. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. This needs to be fixed.

This would require a great many changes to how the catalog and gossip systems work to support. It might have made sense in 1999, but definitely not today. agamdua referenced this issue in gliderlabs/docker-consul Jan 27, 2016 Open Consul container immediately shuts down #130 TiS commented Feb 24, 2016 @telmich - +1 for selecting default interface. Check This Out that would be a very sane design since it removes any possibility that consul may select the wrong address to announce "automagically" I'm also a bit torn between keeping the ip

Feedback welcome (preferably as a new issue, however). 👍 1 sean- closed this Dec 2, 2016 telmich commented Dec 2, 2016 @sean- that looks awesome - will give it a Your cache administrator is webmaster. Feels like that's a case where private IPs load-balanced and exposed as a single public IP makes more sense. You'll be able to ask questions about Vista or chat with the community and help others.

A commandline option to override the behaviour of "only bind to private ip's by default" would help a lot. Here is a snippet of the log: > > 2005-08-18 05:50:31 1048 51c AU ############# > 2005-08-18 05:50:39 1048 c74 AU AU found 1 sessions to launch client into > 2005-08-18 johnjelinek commented Jun 17, 2015 And you also need to create a loopback interface. Kerem Gümrükcü, Oct 17, 2006, in forum: Windows Vista Drivers Replies: 0 Views: 420 Kerem Gümrükcü Oct 17, 2006 FATAL: Failed to get agent interface pointers, hr=80004002 chrisw, Jul 27, 2005,

The syntax for supporting IP addresses, getting the first "usable" IP address on an interface, or any other manner of network craziness is likely possible now as a template evaluated address telmich commented Mar 19, 2015 @armon I understand the problem in regard to consul now - I wasn't aware that the IP is not taken from the IP packet itself, but If there are multiple IPs, it cannot know what to advertise and should fail with "Multiple IPs detected - please specify the IP to announce". It seems like there's no config setting to just bypass the private IP requirement. — Sent from Mailbox On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 9:28 AM, Ryan Breen [email protected] wrote: bind

By default, we will scan for a private IP and bind to that if available. An operator can freely use the bind and client configurations to use any IP they so choose. Advertisements Latest Threads Modify GPO but option doesn't show cees09 posted Dec 21, 2016 How do I get the disk drive... We only assign public IP's to our machines.

Thanks Globik commented Sep 9, 2016 @jyoti-264 , your port is already in use. The current rules also has no regard at all for IPv6 environments since it assumes that things are running IPv4 only which should be seen as a relatively serious issue. (no Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I had some problems where if you start Consul on 1 IP, then try to start it again with a different IP, it keeps trying to use the old IP.

With the sockaddr command you can experiment with getting the right template syntax with the eval sub-command, for instance: $ sockaddr eval 'GetAllInterfaces | include "network" "" | sort "size,address" | Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Art Bunch posted Jul 11, 2016 Do i need windows 8 security... Member armon commented Mar 17, 2015 @telmich So in this case, is it not possible to just query the IP address of the device via ipconfig and provide that to Consul