[App_rpt-users] Multi Node problems

Tim Sawyer tim.sawyer at me.com
Tue May 29 10:18:50 EDT 2012


Two servers? Are they on different ports and did you set up the ports for each on the Allstar portal?
--
Tim
:wq

On May 28, 2012, at 10:59 PM, Bob Roszkowski wrote:

> Tim,
> 
> To answer your question, yes.  I have the rpt.conf file with the following in the [nodes] stanza:
> 
> 27161 = radio at 127.0.0.1/27161,NONE 
> 28054 = radio at 127.0.0.1/28054,NONE 
> 28071 = radio at 127.0.0.1/28071,NONE
> 
> I have another server sitting here that I am trying to use as a standard.  This server I can connect to the other nodes on the same server.   I can even connect to all three nodes on the other server with the problem. 
> 
> I know I am missing something simple.  Just don't know where. I don't think it is a NAT issue.  But I could be wrong.
> 
> boB
> 
> 
> On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 12:14 AM, Tim Sawyer <tim.sawyer at me.com> wrote:
> Are you behind a NAT router?
> 
> --
> Tim
> :wq
> 
> On May 28, 2012, at 9:55 PM, Bob Roszkowski wrote:
> 
> > I currently have a server with a node setup as a Hub (28054).  I tried to add a couple more node numbers to the server for future RTCM boxes. The new node numbers are setup with a HUB (no radio) node type / no radio interface.  I am having a problem.  If I try to connect the added node numbers to the hub node, it fails.  If I connect to any other node outside this server, it connects fine.  I have made all the possible changes to the config files.  I even went as far as using the online system to create new config files.  Both have the same result.  Been racking my brain out on this one for a couple days.  I just get a 'rpt/connection_failed' .
> >
> > thanx
> >
> > boB - W5EVH
> 

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