This page last changed on Aug 31, 2013 by nwe.

Hi,

I'm trying to get the OpenRemote to send a TCP/IP Command but it will not send on address range 10.0.0.n.
This is the same issue with the 1-Wire protocol I put in a previous post.

If I put in a IP address range in 10.0.0.n ie 10.0.0.88 nothing gets transmitted, if I put in a 192.168.n.n (ie 192.168.2.1), I get OpenRemote sending TCP messages. It doesn't seem to matter what IP (10.0.0.n) address I use, none of this range is transmitted by OpenRemote.
My local network range is 10.0.0.n 255.255.255.0

Not working command

Working Command

I have verified this all with Wireshark.

Ideas?

Neil.

    <command id="422" protocol="socket">
      <property name="port" value="4304" />
      <property name="command" value="123456789" />
      <property name="ipAddress" value="10.0.0.88" />
      <property name="name" value="TCP 10.0.0.88" />
    </command>
    <command id="423" protocol="socket">
      <property name="port" value="4304" />
      <property name="command" value="123456789" />
      <property name="ipAddress" value="192.168.1.88" />
      <property name="name" value="TCP 192.168.1.88" />
    </command>

WireShark.jpg (image/jpeg)
TCP 192.jpg (image/jpeg)
TCP 10.jpg (image/jpeg)

Do you have multiple network interfaces configured?
What do you see when you type "ipconfig -all" in the command prompt?
There is no limitation on the 10.x.x.x ip range in OpenRemote.

Posted by mredeker at Sep 01, 2013 08:55
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