[App_rpt-users] Can't link to AWS hosted AllStar Hub

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Sun Apr 22 20:19:39 EDT 2018


Hi Bob,

AWS has it's own firewall in front of your EC2 instance. To confirm its
setup correctly, I'd suggest a packet capture.

Run the following in a terminal on your instance:

sudo tcpdump 'port 4569'

And then try to connect. See if you see any traffic going back and forth.

One other thing to keep in mind is a node will refuse connections if the
connecting node hasn't been registered in some time. So if you try to
connect with a new node, it will be rejected until the lists are updated.

Cheers


On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 1:06 AM, Mike <mike at midnighteng.com> wrote:

> Without really knowing what is going on...
> I would say to look at your firewall/ iptables and while you are at it,
> whitelist the ip's that will be using the system.
> Make sure 4569 can pass as well as 'udp' 5060
>
> ...mike-kb8jnm
>
> On Sun, 22 Apr 2018 19:13:04 -0400, BOB MEYER <bmeyer2929 at cox.net> wrote:
>
> Hi all:
>
> I'm new to the list, but have been working for awhile with AllStar nodes.
> I'm trying to set up a virtual PC hub on Amazon's AWS for several of us to
> link to, but get a "connection failed" audio announcement when I attempt to
> connect from one of our other nodes. I can log in to the hub, go to the CLI
> prompt and connect to other nodes from it just fine using "rpt fun <mynode>
> *3<other node>".
>
> The udp port 4569 has been defined to accept connections from 0.0.0.0/0,
> ::/0 . It appears to be registered properly and the update node list is
> running. One of the FAQs indicates there may be a need to have the port set
> manually on the registration server. The node is question is 47527.
>
> I'm running ASL version: GIT 004b9dd built by root @ stretch-64 on a
> x86_64 running Linux on 2018-03-01 18:39:13 UTC
>
> If it is an issue with Amazon's AWS, and there is another VPS that does
> work, I'm not opposed to switching.
>
> I really like AllStar, and have put together some scripts and an Arduino
> to monitor heatsink temperatures and battery voltage on our radio-based
> nodes, and then announce the info on them when prompted. It is a fun and
> flexible system. Kudos to all involved in the design and ongoing
> development/support!
>
> Many thanks in advance for any guidance,
>
> Bob Meyer KF5TVG
>
>
>
>
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