[Nut-upsuser] NUT Client Not Working, Server OK
roger at rogerprice.org
Sun Feb 13 21:07:31 GMT 2022
On Sun, 13 Feb 2022, William Cole via Nut-upsuser wrote:
> I ran both:
> upsc 1LRES850 at 184.108.40.206
> upsc 2UCES750 at 192.168.1.236
> from the server's terminal - which is 192.168.1.235. In both cases the outcome was:
> Error: Connection failure: No route to host.
What does "upsc 1LRES850" do? What is the output from "ifconfig -a" for the
local network interface?
> Which is interesting as I can successfully ping both from .235.
ping uses the ICMP protocol's mandatory ECHO_REQUEST datagram to elicit an ICMP
ECHO_RESPONSE from a host. This is not the same TCP/IP protocol used by
commands such as upsc.
> If it makes any difference, when I run sudo systemctl status nut-server from 235 [the server] it will show:
> upsd : Connected to UPS [1LRES850] usbhid-ups-1
Surprising, I would expect to see
upsd : Connected to UPS [1LRES850] usbhid-ups-1LRES850
What happens on .235 if you type "upsc 1" ?
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