Openwrt Version - OpenWrt 21.02-SNAPSHOT r16399+159-c67509efd7
Kernel Version - 4.4.60
Admin Panel - v4.2.1
Tailscale - 1.12.3-1
I’m on the LAN side of the GL-AXT1800 (192.168.150.0/24). Tailscale is installed, running and correctly registered with my tailnet. I have a network subnet advertised from another node on the tailnet (192.168.8.0/22) which I want to route to. This is something I can do with other tailscale clients. The traffic is being dropped. If I logon to Luci, I can see routes for tailscale0 device only covering the tailnet IP ranges (100.88.48.15 for example), it does not include advertised routes on the tailnet.
How can I fix this? Or is this a bug waiting for a patch?
The unit is brand new; the only change I have made is changing the LAN range (the defaults conflict with a network I use), as well as adding the Tailscale support through the Glinet App Library. Everything else is as configured by the device, I’ve not added any static routes or custom firewall entries.
(1) --accept-routes=true … is this a CLI call I need to make? If this is the short term fix, I can live with the GUI being unavailable, as long as the routes are up.
(2) I have bought this device specifically for tailscale support. I appreciate bugs take time to fix. But are you looking to release a beta/prod fix in the next weeks, months … or later this year? (I’m travelling a lot at the moment)
(3) Is there a way to subscribe to get software update notifications?
I was wondering if this rooting issue had been addressed for working “out of the box”.
I am running 4.5.0 on a brand new GL-A1300.
I can ping the subnet from the device itself, but not from the connected clients.