I have 2 nodes connected to Tailscale:
- Subnet router to my home network / “Router” (not an actual router, just a VM that has access to all the services I’d like to access from Client through Router)
- My personal computer / “Client”
For testing purposes they are currently on the same local network, but I expect that should not create issues on it’s own.
I followed the subnet router docs and since the 192.168.1.1/24 range of my local network would otherwise be conflicting I was also happy to find docs mapping them through ipv6.
I picked a random ID=56:
❯ tailscale debug via 56 192.168.1.0/24 fd7a:115c:a1e0:b1a:0:38:c0a8:100/120
and reconfigured my Router and Client:
# Router sudo tailscale up --advertise-routes=fd7a:115c:a1e0:b1a:0:38:c0a8:100/120 # Client sudo tailscale up --accept-routes
Then enabled the subnet routes in the web GUI.
Now, I would expect to be able to ping 192.168.1.200, but not actually able to
ping6 fd7a:115c:a1e0:b1a:0:c8:c0a8:1c8 # no answer ❯ host 192.168.1.200.via-56.barking-climb.ts.net Host 192.168.1.200.via-56.barking-climb.ts.net not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)
What else can I do to troubleshoot this?
Have I correctly understood the concept what “4via6” is supposed to do?