[nos-bbs] RIP

kd6oat kd6oat at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 21:13:42 EDT 2012

I've been monitoring the RIPv2 broadcasts using wireshark. The source IP
169.228...(at UCSD) arrives at my jnos system (destination) and the
protocol RIPv2 is indicated. In the opposite direction however (my jnos
back to ucsd), the protocol shows ICMP and Destination unreachable (Port
unreachable). I assume then that the RIP conversation is not being
completed and that something is blocking my return packets. I'm getting
warm (I think). Still open to suggestions.

On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 6:10 AM, Maiko Langelaar <maiko at pcs.mb.ca> wrote:

> Ken,
>  if I send a 'rip request' shouldn't I expect
>> to see an immediate response(trace) ?
> No, not for the AMPRnet RIP broadcasts anyways. It was
> meant to be a listen only thing when it came out.
>  I don't believe I have had any RIP updates for some time
> Perhaps your routing or firewall rules have changed ?
> Maiko
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