[zeromq-dev] identifying a subscriber with xpub xsub

David Jelenc david.jelenc at fri.uni-lj.si
Thu May 12 16:46:54 CEST 2016


You can use xpub manual subscription. You can read more about it at 
somdoron's blog:


On 12. 05. 2016 16:40, Sachin Agrawal wrote:
> Hi
> I wanted to know how I can identify a subscriber.
> What I want to do control which topics a client can subscribe to on the
> server. I was thinking of using the XPUB/XSUB proxy and then forwarding
> only entitled subscription calls to the main publisher. In doing this I
> am having a hard time finding where the subscription is coming from.
> Does anyone know the ZMQ api that will let me find out who is making the
> subscription?
> Regards,
> Sachin
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