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Re: route learning

From: t3sserakt
Subject: Re: route learning
Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 15:29:09 +0000

On 30.07.22 18:00, wrote:

Message: 1
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2022 20:58:30 +0000
From: Martin Schanzenbach <>
To: ToBo <>
Cc: Help-gnunet <>
Subject: Re: route learning
Message-ID: <1659128217-sup-8256@werkbank>
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Excerpts from ToBo's message of 2022-07-29 14:23:48 +0200:

I set up a three nodes in a very simple configuration: A and B is behind NAT, 
so they both have to communicate with each other through C

A   ->   C   <-   B

All nodes are in friend only mode. All nodes have some knowledge of each other, at least you can 
see infos in "gnunet-peerinfo" or "gnunet-peerinfo -f" (what is the exact 
difference anyway?)

Do you have any actual connections?
Try with "gnunet-core".

Why does a gnunet-cadet don't find it's way from A to B ?

This may be due to many reasons. Try compiling gnunet with
"--enable-logging=verbose" and set the debug level for cadet to DEBUG.
Then check logs.
That would be my first approach (IF you have connections at all see
Additionally the output of

gnunet-cadet -P

gnunet-cadet -T

gnunet-cadet -p otherpeerid

from each node would be interesting.



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