From version < 106.3 >
edited by Jonathan Rubiero
on 2018/05/25 14:15
To version < 107.1 >
edited by Jonathan Rubiero
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478 478  In order to fix that issue, you need to :
479 479  
480 480  * make sure that no other process already use the **CONTROLLER_GRID_PORT **on the machines
481 -* open the machines firewall. For this, you can open a command prompt and execute the following command :
481 +* open the machines necessary ports. For this, you can open a command prompt and execute the following command :
482 482  ** On the controller host
483 483  *** (% class="box" %)
484 484  (((
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486 486  )))
487 487  *** (% class="box" %)
488 488  (((
489 -Linux : iptables -A **INPUT** -p **tcp** ~-~-dport **CONTROLLER_GRID_PORT** -s **CONTROLLER_HOST** -j **ACCEPT**
489 +Linux : iptables -A **INPUT** -p **tcp** ~-~-dport **CONTROLLER_GRID_PORT** -j **ACCEPT**
490 490  )))
491 491  ** On the agent host :
492 492  *** (% class="box" %)
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495 495  )))
496 496  *** (% class="box" %)
497 497  (((
498 -Linux : iptables -A OUTPUT -p** tcp** ~-~-sport **CONTROLLER_GRID_PORT** -j ACCEPT
498 +Linux : iptables -A** OUTPUT** -p** tcp** ~-~-sport **CONTROLLER_GRID_PORT** -j **ACCEPT**
499 499  )))
500 500  
501 501  If the connection has been successfully established, you should see the agent in the Controller **"GRID"** tab :
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516 516  
517 517  In order to fix that issue, you need to :
518 518  
519 -* choose a fixed port for the **AGENT_PORT**. You can do this by adding the following property in the agent configuration file **//AgentConf.json //**:
519 +* choose a fixed port for the **AGENT_PORT**. You can do this by adding the //**"agentPort"**// property in the agent configuration file **//AgentConf.json //**:
520 520  ** (% class="box" %)
521 521  (((
522 522  {
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526 526  ....
527 527  }
528 528  )))
529 -* On the agent host
530 -** (% class="box" %)
529 +* open the machines necessary ports. For this, you can open a command prompt and execute the following command :
530 +** On the agent host
531 +*** (% class="box" %)
531 531  (((
532 532  Windows : netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="**AGENT_PORT**" dir=**in** action=**allow** protocol=**TCP** localport=**AGENT_PORT**
533 533  )))
534 -** (% class="box" %)
535 +*** (% class="box" %)
535 535  (((
536 -Linux : iptables -A **INPUT** -p **tcp** ~-~-dport **AGENT_PORT** -s **AGENT_PORT **-j **ACCEPT**
537 +Linux : iptables -A **INPUT** -p **tcp** ~-~-dport **AGENT_PORT **-j **ACCEPT**
537 537  )))
538 -* On the controller host :
539 -** (% class="box" %)
539 +** On the controller host :
540 +*** (% class="box" %)
540 540  (((
541 541  Windows : netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="**AGENT_PORT**" dir=**out** action=**allow** protocol=**TCP** localport=**AGENT_PORT**
542 542  )))
543 -** (% class="box" %)
544 +*** (% class="box" %)
544 544  (((
545 -Linux : iptables -A OUTPUT -p** tcp** ~-~-sport **AGENT_PORT** -j ACCEPT
546 +Linux : iptables -A **OUTPUT** -p** tcp** ~-~-sport **AGENT_PORT** -j **ACCEPT **
546 546  )))
547 547  
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