Bug #252

addresses distributed with AHCP appear to be firewalled off (cannot route tcp)

Added by Dave Täht on Aug 27, 2011. Updated on Nov 18, 2011.
New Urgent Dave Täht


Now that ahcp can work, I started deploying a more complex mesh network, and although routes and dns information (UDP) get through, tcp connections do not.

I am thinking I have one of two problems. One is that the server needs to be configured on fixed ips/thenetmask OR the default firewall rules inside of openwrt are messing things up for the mesh interfaces… or there is something else wrong deeper.

More news as it happens.


Updated by Dave Täht on Sep 1, 2011.
ahcp server doesn’t create log directory on start
Updated by Dave Täht on Sep 17, 2011.
I have some thought towards bug #266 being a source of this problem
Updated by Dave Täht on Nov 18, 2011.
While doing this, I will write some documentation for the homenet group

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