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arj
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How to get CodeXLRemoteAgent to use a different IP address

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I’m trying to run CodeXLRemoteAgent on a Linux system with two network cards.

CodeXLRemoteAgent is choosing the IP address on eth0 which is closed network that needs to stay on eth0.

I need it to use eth3 which has access to the open network (the gateway).

Is there some way I can configure CodeXLRemoteAgent to choose eth3’s IP address?


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amitbm
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Re: How to get CodeXLRemoteAgent to use a different IP address

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Hi arj,

Setting the specific IP address is possible with CodeXL 1.4 which will be released very soon.

With CodeXL 1.4, you can do that by using the --ip command line switch:

./CodeXLRemoteAgent --ip <desired ip string>

To print out CodeXLRemoteAgent's usage options, use the following command:

./CodeXLRemoteAgent ?

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amitbm
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Re: How to get CodeXLRemoteAgent to use a different IP address

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Hi arj,

Setting the specific IP address is possible with CodeXL 1.4 which will be released very soon.

With CodeXL 1.4, you can do that by using the --ip command line switch:

./CodeXLRemoteAgent --ip <desired ip string>

To print out CodeXLRemoteAgent's usage options, use the following command:

./CodeXLRemoteAgent ?

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