[App_rpt-users] Can you connect to a node just on the lan? (multihome? how?)

Steve Gladden steve at michiganbroadband.com
Tue May 11 17:57:59 EDT 2010


> On Sat, 8 May 2010, Steve Gladden wrote:
>
>> I've got two nodes:
>>
>> 2586 and 27036
>>
>> Both sit on the same LAN.
>>
>> Is it possible to connect one to the other (link) them
>> over the LAN while they are still reachable from the
>> Internet via ALLSTAR public node list
>>
>> You can see my attempt below that is failing across the LAN.
>> I don't know if it is failing because the same node number
>> is also in the public IP/ public nodelist.
>>
>> Is there a way to 'locally' override the public node list
>> so it's number is reachable 'locally' via lan or VPN?
>>
>> Or do local type nodes need to not also register with ALLSTAR LINK?
>>
>> In this example I'm trying to make outbound link to node
>> 2586 which is at 10.73.73.9 internally..
>>
>> Back on node 27036 in it's config I of course am pointing
>> back to 2586 at it's internal IP (not shown here).
>> Thanks! -Steve
>>
>>
>> 27036 = radio at 127.0.0.1/27036,NONE      ; This must be changed to your
>> node number
>>
>> 2586 = radio at 10.73.73.9/2586,NONE
>>
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>>
>> Michigan Broadband Systems Inc.
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>>
>> (734)527-7150
>>
>> Steve's cellphone: (734)904-1811
>>
>>
>>
> BUMP: Please & Thank You..
>
> I'd like to link my two nodes over the local network and have almost
> got it but not quite...
> Am I missing a step or concept here?
>
> Can I multihome an Internet registered node locally? as you see me
> attempting above?
>
> Or can a node have two simultaneous identities? one for the LAN
> and another for registering with Allstar Link?
>
> -Steve

Anyone ever done this?
I'm trying to get it working for Dayton if possible.
-Steve






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