[riot-devel] RIOT+ULAs: no router entry

Cenk G√ľndogan cenk.guendogan at fu-berlin.de
Fri Apr 22 12:33:59 CEST 2016


Hey,

That sounds like the problem described in this issue [1].
The current master / release candidate version
should include a "workaround" fix for that.

Cheers,
Cenk

[1] https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/issues/5122

On 04/22/2016 12:19 PM, smlng wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I'm testing COAP between RIOT on Phytec pba-d-01-kw2x and Linux on RasPi+Openlabs using ULA IP addresses.
>
> On the Pi I run a 'radvd' to advertise a ULA prefix to RIOT, which works:
>   - RIOT sends RS after boot
>   - the Pi answers with RA containing ULA prefix
>   - RIOT configures ULA IP on 6lo iface
>
> COAP (or communication in general) via ULA IP works, as long as RIOT has the Pi in its routers cache. However, sometimes RIOT _forgets_ or does not set a routers entry for the Pi at all. In that case communication is not possible via ULAs, using link-local IPs works all the time. The issue seems be with the RS+RA processing. I found that sometimes RIOT does not create a routers entry on reception of a RA - though it does configure the ULA prefix correctly.
>
> I just had the case that RIOT configures the ULA _and_ sets a routers entry, hence communication was working. At least for about 15min, but then RIOT send another RS, Pi answers with RA, RIOT still has ULA IP configured -- BUT the routers entry for the Pi is gone and communication fails. Again: using link-local IPs still works.
>
> Btw. even when communication via ULAs is working, RIOT never creates a ncache entry for ULA IP of the Pi but it did create an ncache entry for link-local IP of the Pi. I thought the latter is not required/allowed in 6lo but for ULAs it should create an entry?
>
> Has somebody else observed this behavior or any hints how to resolve this?
>
> Thanks, best
>    Sebastian
>
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