Tailscale version: 1.34.0
Your operating system & version: Debian 11
First of all, let me say how happy am I having found Tailscale. It is a real pleasure having this abstraction layer to focus on the work. Creating seamlessly “bridges” between all the remotes machines is incredible.
I am using Tailscale for some time now and there is still one issue I can’t figure out.
Connecting a new node to the tailscale net is easy and everything works fine, but if I try activating the --accept-routes parameter the remote machine is still reachable through tailscale IP but not the local IP.
Installing from machine A tailscale on machine B, without the parameter, registers machine B with a tailscale IP.
Activating the --accept-routes parameter breaks the access from machine A to machine B through local IP but not throught tailscale network. However, the reverse works I can ping B from A on the lan.
May I ask if someone has any idea how to make it work?