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tomcat clustering on leopard


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We have two leopard servers and looking to cluster the tomcats on these two boxes.

what firewall and IP routing changes are required.

Opened the tcp and udp for the mcast port of cluster, however looks like we will
need to both server to have 228.0.0.x address that simpletcpcluster uses?

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