[hipl-users] Re: Newbie assistance

  • From: "Hubbard, Paul" <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> (Redacted sender "paul.hubbard@xxxxxxxxxxx" for DMARC)
  • To: "hipl-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <hipl-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2014 18:53:56 -0400

First host is VMWare, host OSX on an i5 iMac, Debian testing, kernel 
4.14-1-686-pae, bridged network with fixed IPv4 address.

Second host is Intel NUC (Haswell i5), Debian wheezy, kernel 3.2.0-4-amd64

Test is repeatable. Also, this net is ipv4 only, so if it matters I'm using 
LSIs instead of HITs to connect. I add the map from LSI to HIT on the vmware 
box.

-Paul

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Miika Komu
Sent: Friday, August 01, 2014 4:35 AM
To: hipl-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [hipl-users] Re: Newbie assistance

Hi,

On 08/01/2014 02:09 AM, Hubbard, Paul (Redacted sender paul.hubbard@xxxxxxxxxxx 
for DMARC) wrote:
> Hi, I'm trying to do a basic IPv4 connection between two LAN-connected 
> Debian machines (netcat and telnet on non-root port) and get this at 
> the listening host:
>
>  >> info(libhipl/input.c:574@hip_receive_control_packet): Src IP:
> 204.128.136.44
>
>  >> info(libhipl/input.c:575@hip_receive_control_packet): Dst IP:
> 204.128.136.27
>
>  >> info(libhipl/input.c:1866@hip_handle_i2): Reached ESTABLISHED 
> state
>
>  >> error(modules/cert/hipd/cert.c:68@hip_add_certificate): 
> Certificate is NULL
>
>  >> info(libhipl/input.c:574@hip_receive_control_packet): Src IP:
> 204.128.136.44
>
>  >> info(libhipl/input.c:575@hip_receive_control_packet): Dst IP:
> 204.128.136.27
>
>  >> error(libhipl/cookie.c:344@hip_verify_cookie): Solution's I did 
> not match the sent I
>
>  >> error(libhipl/input.c:1564@hip_check_i2): Cookie solution rejected.
> Dropping the I2 packet.
>
>  >> error(libhipl/pkt_handling.c:170@hip_run_handle_functions): Error 
> after running registered handle function, dropping packet

which Debian version and what platform (arm, i386, x64)?

Is the problem repeatable? Try again:

1. close netcat
2. hipconf daemon rst all
3. try again with netcat?

Instead of netcat, you feel to try:

hipconf daemon add map <peer-hit> <peer-ip> && ping6 <peer-hit>



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