--name: to define the name of the forwarder.
--peer-name: the name of its peer on the other network.
--ssh-host: the ssh host for the tunnel creation.
--ssh-port: the port to use to establish the ssh connection (by default: 22).
--ssh-login: the login to use to establish the ssh connection (by default: current user login).
--ssh-key: the private key to use to establish the ssh connection (by default:
--remote-port: the port to listen on the ssh host (by default: the remote forwarder tries to dermine an available port automatically, note that if the connection fails when you do not use this option, then you have to specify the remote port).
--remote-host: the host to which the connection is made by the tunnel (corresponds to
hostin the ssh options
--nb-retry: the number of times the local forwarder tries to bind itself to the distant forwarder (default is 3).
--peer-ior: if you already know the IOR of the distant forwarder, then you can pass it to your local forwarder. By default, the local forwarder retrieves the IOR of its peer.
--tunnel-wait: the time is seconds that the forwarder will wait while opening the ssh tunnel.
127.0.0.1(or the address of the local loopback if it is not
127.0.0.1) for the tunnel to work correctly (in fact, most problems come from a badly configured tunnel).
In order, to activate a DIET forwarder, users must:
Rem: The forwarders must be launched before the DIET hierarchy.