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Examples: Key Values for NIC Bindings

 

To set up a login name–to–IP mapping for login name jane@virneo.com to the IP address 192.0.2.30:

  1. In the side pane, expand the new NIC proxy configuration, and click Test NIC Bindings.

    The Test NIC Bindings pane appears.

  2. Click Create, select the Use Test Bindings check box, and then click Apply.

  3. In the side pane, expand Test NIC Bindings, and click Key Values.

  4. From the Create new list, select Key Values. Type the IP address 192.0.2.30 in the dialog box, and click OK.

    The Key Values pane appears.

  5. In the Value box, enter the value jane@virneo.com.

  6. Click Apply.

To set up an IP–to–SAE ID mapping for IP address 190.0.2.30 to an SAE ID identified by the URL for the CORBA IOR corbaloc::10.227.7.145:8801/SAE:

  1. In the side pane, expand the new NIC proxy configuration, and click Test NIC Bindings.

    The Test NIC Bindings pane appears.

  2. Click Create, select the Use Test Bindings check box, and click Apply.

  3. In the side pane, expand Test NIC Bindings, and click Key Values.

  4. From the Create new list, select Key Values. Type the IP address 192.0.2.30 in the dialog box, and click OK.

    Note

    The SAE writes the value of the CORBA IOR to the var/run directory. The IP address in the corbaloc URL can be adjusted to the IP address or DNS name of the SAE.

    You can use the key ANY-KEY to match any key for any key type. For example, if you want all IP addresses to resolve to the same SAE, type ANY-KEY for the name in the Key Values box.

    The Key Values pane appears.

  5. In the Value box, enter the value corbaloc::10.20.7.145:8801/SAE.

  6. Click Apply.