El dl 18 de 06 de 2012 a les 11:39 -0400, en/na Jeff Squyres va
> On Jun 18, 2012, at 11:12 AM, Harald Servat wrote:
> > Thank you Jeff. Now with the following commands starts, but it gets
> > blocked before starting. May be this problem of firewalls? Do I need
> > both that M1 and M2 can log into the other machine through ssh?
> I'm not sure what you mean by "blocked" -- do you mean that it hangs and does nothing after seeming to start?
Yes, that's it.
> If so, then yes, you need at least the two following things to be true:
> 1. You need to be able to ssh to between your machines without manually entering a password or passphrase.
Uhmmm... I'm trying to solve that by opening port 22.
> 2. The two machines need to be able to open TCP connections to each other on random ports.
That will be harder. Do need both machines to open TCP connections to
random ports, or just one?
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