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Subject: Re: AW: Cipe sending packets to wrong host
From: roman,AT,batmap,DOT,com
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:39:26 +0200
In-reply-to: <7FA0DAC2B8994049B3BDF41AD06E0A4BE605@trillian>

On Thu, 19 Jul 2001 12:39:59 +0200, you wrote:

>are you able to ping 
>
>from 192.168.5.w to 62.22.78.y
>
>and 
>
>from 192.168.2.z to 213.97.198.x
>
>???
>
>Bjoern

 Yes, ping works perfectly. Furthermore indeed I can see in both
peer's logs that they're exchanging messages (keys, etc). Cipe works
in one direction but not in the other one (as stated in previous
mail). For this to be true I think at least key exchange has to be
correct, right? (if no key exchange is achieved no communication would
be possible). And if last premise is ok it would demonstrate that the
connectivity between the two peers is also ok (because they're
exchanging messages). Uf, what a mess! ;-))

 Summarizing, it seems that communication beetween peers is ok but one
peer's cipe gets mad and start sending packets to the wrong place
(1.1.1.1). Could it be some kind of bug in cipe? It looks strange to
me...

 Thanks for answering! More help still needed.





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