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km6zpo
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Tunnel Between 3.20.3.1 and 3.22.1.0 not working

I have a Microtik HAP Lite running 3.20.3.1 which has outside tunnels working in both directions. 

I bought a new Microtik HAPLite and installed the latest 3.22.1.0 firmware on in.  The two haps can connect to each other via LAN or AREDN RF but I can't seem to get a tunnel working.  Maybe I'm missing a package?

I need these two talking to each other because one of them (the newer one) will be used in the field via a public wifi.  I'm going to use that as a main access point just in case my Microtik dish can't connect to anything.

Support data attached.  (Change the extension back to TGZ to view)

Is that enough info to diagnose?

Thanks in advance, Mark, KM6ZPO

 

k1ky
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Tunnel Between 3.20.3.1 and 3.22.1.0 not working

Several things to check:
1. Node Name of Client less than 22-24 characters? The less the better.
2, Are you trying to tunnel within your own local network or between 2 different internet sources?  May not play well if testing within your own network.
3. Of course the obvious - Node name match in the Tunnel Server? Recheck Node name match on both sides and host IP (or name) match.
 

nc8q
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KM6ZPO-HAP-LITE-PORTABL-172-31-236-224

Mark:
KM6ZPO-HAP-LITE-PORTABL-172-31-236-224
Is 39 characters.

Tom: Good call.

Chuck

 

km6zpo
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Name changed to KM6ZPO-HPLP

I changed the name of the node to shorten it and updated the client name on the server side (KM6ZPO-HAP-LITE is the server). 

I first tried using my cell phone as the wan connection for the KM6ZPO-HPLP client hap. No luck. Maybe Verizon blocks 5525?  

I also tried using a different internal router for the wan of the client hap. No luck. 

When I take this out to the field I will have a WiFi connection to use with the client hap. I'll retest tomorrow.

Thank you for the advice so far. 

---mark

nc8q
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Do a Support Data Download

Hi, Mark:
 Get a fresh Support Data Download, extract and examine.
I found this <see attached file> in your earlier SDD.

Chuck

example:
grep vtund [your SDD.tgz] > vtund.txt
 

File Attachment: 
km6zpo
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How to get to vtund.txt

Hi Chuck,

How did you get to vtund.txt in order to do that analysis?  

---mark

km6zpo
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use WinSCP

Nevermind chuck, I figured out how to get into the node via SCP.  (port 2222)

km6zpo
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Fixed... the resolution

The resolution took several steps:

1) Renew my ddns.net account (km6zpo.ddns.net had expired)
2) Shorten the node name
3) Delete the client entry on the portable hap lite and then re-add it.  

After performing all of the above, the tunnel is now active.

Thanks for everyone's tips.  Each of them led me to find the solution.

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