[App_rpt-users] RPT.Conf Nodes question
Bryan D. Boyle
bdboyle at bdboyle.com
Wed Oct 12 12:25:04 EDT 2016
if you have multiple nodes behind a firewall and not doing a 'hairpin NAT' (Ubiquity routers have it, and IIRC, so does Dd-wrt), then, yes, you need to list your nodes, especially if they are on separate boxes. reason being, the head end resolves back to your external address, which is hidden by the NAT (that you're using the nonroutable class C 192.168.x.x says you are). If they are all on one box, with multiple nodes, it's not a big deal to do it.
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> On Oct 12, 2016, at 11:24, DuaneVT . <selkie2 at comcast.net> wrote:
> [nodes] ; Note, if you are using automatic update for Allstar link nodes, ; no Allstar link nodes should be defined here. Only place a definition for your local nodes, and private (off of Allstar link) nodes here.
> 40000 = radio at 127.0.0.1/40000,NONE
> 40001 = radio at 192.168.1.100:4568/40001,NONE <<<< IP and port of other local server
> I have public node on 42996, also acting as a local repeater controller, behind a server firewall. Is this a "local" node?
> Should I set:
> 42996=radio at 192.168.x.x/42996,none
> comment out everything?
> Duane KA1LM #42996
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