(Closed) Local interface seen with multiples IPs
I've recently spotted a bug on unified remote, server-side.
I'm using Windows 10 NT and unified remote 220.127.116.118
All of the mobiles devices that i'm using to access UR server can connect and control correctly my computer where the server is running, even using TURN relays to get through symetrical nats. All of my devices except one who is surprisingly on the same network/VLAN than the server itself. Digging around using wireshark I find out that the server does receive the connections requests but seems never to answer them (at least, connections replies don't go through the correct interface).
I finaly discovered that the server consider that my ethernet interface has two distincts ipv4 address, although that is absolutely not the case (I don't have any virtual interfaces on this computer, and if I had I guess UR would properly deal with it) . One of the IP is the one of the mobile device that can't connect to the server.
Fix it by using a different ip for my mobile device.
Here are two screenshots of server state and addresses used (btw, there is no socket opened on port 9511 so I don't get either why auto discovery is not started)
If anyone experienced this issued before or know where does it come from, any explanations would be much appreciated.
PS : I'm a non native english speaker, please don't mind if there are mistakes that hurt your eyes
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Hello Yannick........ are you running any VMware?
What does "ipconfig /all" have to say? (if there is no DOS prompt in win10 then maybe you will need to use the Powershell).
Do you have an alternative address set in the gigabit adapter set-up page?
Have you ever "cloned" any of your mac addresses?
Thank you for the answer,
I didn't notice it before but my iface has an alternative address set to 192.168.0.4, disabling it and restarting server solved the issue.