I have a problem to establish a BSTUN link between Cisco 2901 routers.
I've read in the documentation that the protocol could pass through any media, but I can't open a connection, I tried ethernet and serial... My goal is to pass through an ethernet network
My configurations :
bstun peer-name 10.10.10.10
bstun protocol-group 1 bsc
bstun peer-drop-timer 20
ip address 10.10.10.10 255.255.255.0
interface Serial0/0/0 # BSC transmitter interface
no ip address
clock rate 9600
bstun group 1
bstun route all tcp 10.10.10.11
bstun peer-name 10.10.10.11
ip address 10.10.10.11 255.255.255.0
interface Serial0/0/0 # BSC receiver interface
bstun route all tcp 10.10.10.10
1) I can see the packets on the router1 where the BSC transmitter is connected. But I have this message : "Out of SYN-hunt mode.". What does that mean?
router1# sh bsc
BSC pass-through on Serial0/0/0:
Out of SYN-hunt mode.
HDX enforcement state: IDLE.
Frame sequencing state: IDLE .
Total Tx Counts: 0 frames(total). 0 frames(data). 0 bytes.
Total Rx Counts: 7137 frames(total). 7137 frames(data). 42822 bytes.
2) My BSTUN link stay closed on each side :
This peer: 10.10.10.10
Serial0/0/0 (group 1 [bsc])
route transport address dlci lsap state rx_pkts tx_pkts drops
all TCP 10.10.10.11 closed 0 0 0
Do you have any ideas on my problem ? What does it mean "Out of SYN-hunt mode" ?
Thanks for your help.
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