[MLB-WIRELESS] Strange routing issues on 10.10.129.64/28 (GHO-North-5.8/HVC??)
rhaines at internode.on.net
Thu Mar 1 22:15:22 EST 2012
Damien and I have been playing around with a 5.8 Nanobridge, which we
established a stable ~-72 signal to GHO-North-58 from Damien's residence
in Croydon. We picked a free IP of 10.10.129.69 and throughput looks
Anyhow, we came across some very strange routing issues which I am at a
loss to explain.
The majority of the time, from Damien's node we cant ping most of MW
(ie.. 10.10.0.150[KKV], 10.10.146.158[KKW], 10.10.96.123[KPK] etc..) .
We can however reliably ping our Ringwood 2.4Ghz GHO-north connected
node on 10.10.129.14[KPQ] all the time. We are also obviously able to
ping 10.10.129.65(GHO-North-5.8 router interface), and .66 which I
believe is the AP itself.
Another strange thing is 10.10.129.70 which appears to be an interface
on HVC in the same subnet as Damien's node, we can not ping from
Damien's node at all. And when I do a traceroute from my node in Woori
Yallock, I get different results for 10.10.129.70 and 10.10.129.65.
To add to all of this, sometimes, all is well and the node will work
fine to everywhere and then after 5 mins or so, it goes stupid again!
Any ideas? I have a bunch of trace routes from when it has worked and
when it has not, which are very interesting and puzzling at the same time.
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