Due to the recent events we have a need for some developers to work with the NatNetSDK from home. We have a very functional VPN that has one subnet and our office has another. We have worked and all the traffic is passing over the firewall/VPN.
I'm seeing :
(IPs changed for privacy, both subnets are RFC1918 class C).
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C:\Users\test\Downloads\NatNetSDK\Samples\bin\x64>SampleClient.exe 184.108.40.206 NatNet Sample Client (NatNet ver. 220.127.116.11) [NatNetLib] [INFO]: [Client] Initializing using ethernet address: 18.104.22.168 [NatNetLib] [INFO]: [Client] Initializing command listener. [NatNetLib] [INFO]: [Client] Host information received. (HostApp: Motive HostVer: 22.214.171.124 HostIP: 126.96.36.199 () [NatNetLib] [ERROR]: [Client] Timed out while connecting to server. Unable to connect to server. Error code: 3. ExitingError initializing client. See log for details. Exiting
When I look at everything in Wireshark I see the streaming data being sent from Motive (source port 1511) coming to the operating system and being sent continually, but SampleClient/NatNet does not think it is getting it.
Both devices are Windows 10. Both devices have the Windows firewall disabled.
I am seeing 188.8.131.52 send an ICMP Destination Port Unreachable packet, but I don't know why.
Does anyone have any ideas?