I'm trying to setup the following environment:
- Primary Hub with public IP Address: 184.108.40.206
- Remote Hub with private address 10.0.3.15 NATed to 220.127.116.11
I've tried to run this setup as follows:
1) Install the Remote Hub by using the Hub installer and selecting Custom and choosing "robot", "hub" and "libraries". The install was successful.
2) After that, I went to the primary Hub and added a Network Alias of 10.0.3.15->18.104.22.168.
3) After that, I added a Static Route pointing to 22.214.171.124 and I got the error message: Could not connect to Hub: 126.96.36.199! Reason: communication error. The same error is seen if I point to 10.0.3.15.
4) After some research, all I got was that "static routes are not a good option, better go with Tunnels".
5) I've just created a Tunnel, following the Wiki, but still, I just get to see my Primary Hub on my IM.
6) Checking the primary Hub's log, I can see the following errors:
Nov 11 16:11:33:244  hub: ssl_connect - connect to '10.0.3.15:48003' failed (10060)
Nov 11 16:11:33:244  hub: TSESS could not connect to tunnel 10.0.3.15:48003 (-2)
Nov 11 16:11:33:244  hub: CTRL could not connect to server 10.0.3.15/48003
Nov 11 16:11:33:244  hub: CTRL could not connect to 10.0.3.15/48003; 1
My first question would be, when you want to connect to Hubs that are in different Networks but there's no firewall in between, shouldn't I go with the "Static Hub Route"?
Also, the way I understand tunnels is that you use them when there's a firewall involved or when you want to add security (VPN). Would we use tunnels "just" to connect two Hubs that are in different networks?
Finally, any idea on why I can't get my Hubs connected with the configurations I've already tried?
Thanks a lot!