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Old 02-02-2004, 07:22 PM   #1
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Register rpc service on a remote machine?

i'm making a small program using RPCs but i have a question. Whenever i want to use a service (made by me), i have to know the address of the machine where that service is running. When the server part of the program runs, it registers on the local machine. Is it possible that my program registers on a different machine, with a well-known address? That way, when running the server program, it would register on that machine, and the client program would also only have to know that machine.

I'm using rpcgen, and i'm very new to this tool.

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