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If multiple machines are involved the first thing to do (see also Network Setup is always checking

  1. if basic communication works between them by sending data around on some topic. Seems to work from what you describe
  2. if the clocks of all computers are properly synchronized. This is commonly done using chrony. Some more info can be found here, link text. A search on this site will probably also turn up some useful discussion.

To me your issue sounds like it could be related to a time offset between machines.

If multiple machines are involved the first thing to do (see also Network Setup ) is always checking

  1. if basic communication works between them by sending data around on some topic. Seems to work from what you describe
  2. if the clocks of all computers are properly synchronized. This is commonly done using chrony. Some more info can be found here, link text. A search on this site will probably also turn up some useful discussion.

To me your issue sounds like it could be related to a time offset between machines.

If multiple machines are involved the first thing to do (see also Network Setup) is always checking

  1. if basic communication works between them by sending data around on some topic. Seems to work from what you describe
  2. if the clocks of all computers are properly synchronized. This is commonly done using chrony. Some more info can be found here, and link texthere. A search on this site will probably also turn up some useful discussion.

To me your issue sounds like it could be related to a time offset between machines.