[nos-bbs] jnos doesn't see the net on new pi sdcard-RESOLVED!

jerome schatten romers at shaw.ca
Wed Nov 8 00:00:29 EST 2017

Thanks to all that responded… I found the problem: An ‘arp’ statement was broadcasting the wrong address for the jnos side of tun0, and thus the router could not see the jnos side of the tunnel and visa-versa. 

At first blush, all seems to be working correctly now.

Again thanks to all that tried to help, publicly and privately and especially to Don - ve3zda who suggested early on that I check my arp statements. It turned out that I had accidentally loaded an old file which had the addressing of a bygone router.


> On Nov 7, 2017, at 18:04, Boudewijn (Bob) Tenty <bobtenty at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jeremy,
> I don't know your situation of course but I assume Linux in your PI has also a 44 address and you can use that
> also for the Linux side of your tun0 interface to jnos with its own 44 address.
> For example in my case,
> shell ifconfig tun0 pointopoint mtu 1500 up
> I'm running the ax25 utilities so Linux has already of one of the interfaces.
> You can use also one of your unused 44 address if Linux has no 44 address yet.
> 73,
> Bob VE3TOK

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