[arm-allstar] Same server nodes can't connect

Pierre Martel petem001 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 20:37:45 EST 2016

if you have 2 node on one server they dont need to be on different port, 2
server on one ip adress do need different port. So make sure that both node
on the same server are using the same port number , usely 4569, And do
change any alusion to the other port in your config files and on the
allstar node configuration page.

Le mardi 30 août 2016, wade via arm-allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> a
écrit :

> Good evening all,
> Today I moved one of my nodes from an old ACID server in the other room to
> the Pi I have in my shack. The Pi now has 2 nodes on it and the ACID
> machine only has 1. After following the documentation online for setting up
> a second node on the Pi I am having an issue. The 2 nodes on the Pi can not
> connect to each other. They can both connect to the ACID server / node and
> to any other node anywhere in the world, just not to each other. Apparently
> there is something I missed and for the life of me can't think of anything
> else to try here.
> Yes, I did make the appropriate changes on the AllStar website and I do
> have the severs on different ports with correct forwarding and all that.
> Another node here in town can connect to any node of mine as one would
> expect. This seems to be something small so I have probably overlooked it
> somewhere.
> Thanks in advance!
> Wade
> (28757, 40509 RPi nodes)
> (40508 ACID node)
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