I have a Player (Node N130) in a different subnet than the Controller, which I want to run on a laptop. The player is in 10.0.2.0/24, the Controller is in 10.0.1.0/24.
I've read the following articles:
The Player's IP address is 10.0.2.20 and I can access its web server. When I place the laptop in the same subnet as the player, the Controller can find the Player just fine.
In "C:/users/[username]/AppData/Roaming/BluOS Controller/" I created file "staticPlayers.txt" which contains the line:
However, when the Controller is in 10.0.1.0/24, it does not find the Player. So I'd like to know:
- Am I making a mistake; should I configure differently?
- On URL 2 I see I must configure ports 11010, 11020 and 11030 in the "staticPlayers.txt" file. When I start a packet dump while I'm starting/using the player from a controller in the same subnet, I don't see network traffic on these ports to/from the Player on the subnet.
- I do see network traffic for port 11430/udp, and it looks like the Player is announcing itself by broadcast on the network using that port. Not sure what use it is since the Controller will be in a different subnet, but, well... it's what I noticed.
18:34:35.051676 IP 10.0.2.20.11430 > 10.0.2.255.11430: UDP, length 114
- The Node is running software version: 3.16.3.
- The Controller is version: 3.16.0.
I'm hoping someone here can help.
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