[lime-users] Internet traffic not going through

nk at os.vu nk at os.vu
Tue May 16 21:43:34 UTC 2017


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Thanks Ilario. I'm happy to contribute since there's no way I can actually work on the code for now.

I can confirm an /etc/init.d/network restart 60 seconds after boot is a viable workaround and seems to make all nodes work together indefinitely.

Any idea what would be causing this on SDK?

Any idea about that ratemax thing?

Thank you very much

Nk

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From: Ilario Gelmetti <iochesonome at gmail.com>
Sent: May 16, 2017 23:28
To: lime-users at lists.libremesh.org
Subject: Re: [lime-users] Internet traffic not going through

>
> On 05/14/2017 02:00 PM, Nk via lime-users wrote:
> > *Kernel:*
> > 
> > Sun May 14 10:48:36 2017 daemon.err uhttpd[802]: Warning - mac already
> > known (changing name from 'LiMe-40de0b_anygw' to 'LiMe-d51ac8_anygw'):
> > aa:aa:aa:0d:fe:aa
> > Sun May 14 10:48:36 2017 daemon.err uhttpd[802]: Warning - mac already
> > known (changing name from 'LiMe-d51ac8_br-lan' to 'LiMe-d51ac8_eth0'):
> > 18:a6:f7:d5:1a:c8
> > 
> > There seem to be a heck of a lot of MAC ALREADY KNOWS errors.
> 
> Yep indeed... Another strange thing worth to debug :)
> 
> > BATMAN page shows the gateway node in originators and *not* in gateways,
> > but that also happens when everything works, I’ve never seen the
> > gateways table populated.
> 
> Yep, that's a known problem we will have to solve before next stable
> release:
> https://github.com/libremesh/lime-packages/issues/110
> 
> > *Only fix is a reboot*, can’t figure out any other process to restart.
> > Sometimes even that is not enough, and I need to restart the actual
> > gateway node.
> 
> That's an interesting thing to debug, I have not a clue right now.
> Maybe related to the strange kernel message?
> 
> > I absolutely realize I’m sucking up a lot of energies and asking a lot
> > of questions.
> 
> Not a problem! These are very interesting questions :D
> 
> > As promised, I’ve donated 100€ to support the project on Tip4Commit.
> > I’ll be sure to come back for more as soon as possible.
> 
> OMG RLY???
> This is the biggest donation we ever received!!!!!!
> https://tip4commit.com/github/libremesh/lime-packages
> 
> > As mentioned, we’re starting now to deploy test firmware on about 40
> > nodes that spread around 300 houses.
> 
> Wow amazing!!
> Bye!
> Ilario
> 
> 
> 


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