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DDS networking config with NAT

asked 2019-09-09 04:23:19 -0600

madmax gravatar image

We are struggling finding a reliable working configuration for our network.
Looking at our network configuration, is it possible to use DDS (OpenSplice in our case) in this configuration at all?

Should be a quite common setup in industry, as we are. NAT on shuttle, Acces Point to the outside shuttle network, windows 10 laptop with a vmware linux image with NAT networking.

We also tried tinc ( vpn client ) and making a tunnnel, but that one time worked, but most of the time not.
Any tips are helpful.

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Could you provide how it worked with tinc and what should I do ?

I'm trying to do the same so any help appreciated and if only I achieve this will share my work.

Thank you, Adam

khasreto gravatar image khasreto  ( 2020-02-23 16:13:35 -0600 )edit

It didn't really work. We gave up on it.

madmax gravatar image madmax  ( 2020-02-25 06:30:34 -0600 )edit

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answered 2020-03-01 15:27:00 -0600

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Try this tutorial which we have finished 2days ago ;)

It’s based on our VPN client called Husarnet so, if you get any troubles or issues we really appreciate your feedback and try to update. It’s still requires some setting up but we are working on it ;)


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Ok, this is not working for me.
Shuttle has a connection, but my virtual machine can't connect.
Also I have to have a internet connection for connecting the nodes which is not what we want.

madmax gravatar image madmax  ( 2020-03-09 10:47:42 -0600 )edit

Okay, first of all you actually you have to have internet connection at the moment of connecting to husarnet, secondly make sure you provide ipv6 address with square bracket “[addr]” then if only husarnet has p2p connection it should work. You can check connection using “sudo husarnet status”

khasreto gravatar image khasreto  ( 2020-03-11 06:32:06 -0600 )edit

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