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Subject: RE: Connecting 2 subnets via cipe
From: "Kevin Herzig" <Kevin,AT,Herzig,DOT,net>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 05:14:12 +0200
In-reply-to: <3AEF5FF2.6046ED24@dome.net.tw>

You didn't mention, you are using different ports for the second connection,

Also, I believe you should have a different ip-up script for each because
your second network should have different routing entries, as in

ipup            /etc/cipe/ip-up-lfd

Instead of different ip-up scripts, you could pass the subnet necessary for
the other route into the same ip-up script but I don't remember how.

If this doesn't work, do you see any output in your system logs?


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Of Arne
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 9:17 PM
To: SBNelson,AT,thermeon,DOT,com
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Subject: Re: Connecting 2 subnets via cipe

> This is not a limitation of CIPE because I do this all the time.
> Send to the list sanitized versions of your options files and the commands
> you use to start the cipe daemons.

here they come:

me              <my ip>:9999
peer            <other ip>:9999
key             < I won't display it here... :) >

optins2 looks the same but has other ptpaddr, ipaddr and peer addresses
and a different key.

I start the server on B (fixed IP) with
# cipe-cb -o /etc/cipe/peers/options1

This one works and I can establish a connection from A to B. The process
is also shown by ps.
when I try to start the server for B-C connection (options2) in the same
way, just nothing happens. No process for the second one is shown and no
connection from C is possible.

What am I missing here?


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