[rabbitmq-discuss] Connect to rabbitmq outside the host

Alvaro Videla videlalvaro at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 12:53:25 BST 2011

You only need to "resolve" those host names if you were clustering those
servers. So to one be able to see each other then that would probably

To open an AMQP connection just do an ifconfig and get your external IP.
Then connect to that using the enabled Port.

Try something like: telnet your-ip the-port and see what happens

On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 1:47 PM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:

> Andrei,
> On 17/08/11 12:58, Andrei Varanovich wrote:
>> the following ports are opened in regard to rabbitmq:
>> 4369
>> 5672
>> 5673
>> I guess the issue is that rabbitmq does not resolve public host names,
>> because internally I see that the node name is:
>> 'rabbit at ip-10-202-255-xxx'. So the question is how to map internal node
>> to be resolved outside the network by DNS?
> What are you actually trying to do? Establish AMQP connections from clients
> outside amazon to your broker inside amazon? The internal host name is
> irrelevant for that.
> Matthias.
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