Package Details: n2n-git 2.5.1.r198-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/n2n-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: n2n-git
Description: Peer-to-Peer VPN.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/ntop/n2n
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: n2n
Provides: n2n
Submitter: maz-1
Maintainer: qwivan (emanuele-f)
Last Packager: emanuele-f
Votes: 9
Popularity: 0.011935
First Submitted: 2015-10-16 03:46
Last Updated: 2019-07-06 13:59

Latest Comments

JuniorJPDJ commented on 2016-02-24 16:42

@Just-Punk
It's because you are using other versions of n2n at your machines

Just-Punk commented on 2016-02-19 12:18

I've stuck in ERROR.
I even had need to write to maintainer:
"Hello, ****.

May U help me?

I found your e-mail in man-page of n2n-git package from AUR in my arch-linux distro.
I think I've tried all, but I cant to find my mistake.

I have a supernode in Web with a public & constant IP, not blocked by firewall.
I've set up a supernode quickly: in all manuals I read that setting up of listening UDP port is enough.

In my working place we hane about 30 comps in LAN before NAT.
I've set up edge for training on my Linux notebook, my Android phone (n2n application), 2 windows xp comps with Edge_GUI.
I have adjust IPs (172.19.1.1, 172.19.1.2....), simple community name in lowercase, a key (key, community name equals for all comps). I have point in edge a host & listening port of my supernode. On android device I couldnt set up only MAC address (generated automaticaly), opposite of this on other comps this is OK.

Even I tried to use -L 192.168.86.x (our work LAN) option to solve two-behind-one-NAT problem (i found this in "man edge"), but on windows host. But I think it has the same effect, as on linux. I've tried to connect Android over GPRS to avoid two-behind-one-NAT situation...

...But i get all time the same errors:

WARNING: Rx REGISTER_SUPER_ACK with wrong or old cookie.
Differs only strings of executable in edge.c in error report on Linux & Windows

How Can I Fix it?

Thanx"
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He responds:
"Sorry we no longer maintain n2n"
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I will try TINC software instead.

Just-Punk commented on 2016-02-16 16:45

This is author's PKGBUILD mistake.
Edit this in PKGBUILD:
....
conflicts=n2n // not correct
provides=n2n // not correct
....
to
....
conflicts=('n2n') // ok!
provides=('n2n') // ok!
....
only theese 2 string )

Manubzh commented on 2016-02-05 22:31

I get this:
==> ERROR: conflicts should be an array
==> ERROR: provides should be an array

Have you any idea about that ?

JuniorJPDJ commented on 2015-12-05 13:50

It's outdated.
Now development is going forward at https://github.com/meyerd/n2n/ ;)