Windows is running Husarnet on the host machine, topics are published and can be read locally on Windows but I cannot see those topics on other machines. Additionally, my other machines’ (Linux) topics cannot be found on the Windows machine.
I’m using FastRTPS on all machines. Between two Linux machines, I have no issue, I can successfully publish and subscribe to topics with Husarnet. My FastRTPS profile is almost an exact copy from the one in the tutorial, Using Husarnet & ROS 2 | Husarnet with only changes to the IPs to match my system. I can even run the profile I use on Windows successfully on my Linux machines so I don’t think it’s an issue there.
Command used on Windows to set the custom dds file:
Any help would be appreciated, I’m forced to use Windows due to some proprietary software so switching to Linux is currently out of the question. Hopefully that’s enough information for someone who’s more knowledgeable to help!
Below I’ve just included the xml from the tutorial as it is almost an exact copy of what I use, aside from changing IP addresses/hostnames. And, this profile works on my Linux machines.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> <profiles xmlns="http://www.eprosima.com/XMLSchemas/fastRTPS_Profiles"> <transport_descriptors> <transport_descriptor> <transport_id>HusarnetTransport</transport_id> <type>UDPv6</type> </transport_descriptor> </transport_descriptors> <participant profile_name="CustomHusarnetParticipant" is_default_profile="true"> <rtps> <userTransports> <transport_id>HusarnetTransport</transport_id> </userTransports> <useBuiltinTransports>true</useBuiltinTransports> <builtin> <initialPeersList> <!-- Repeat this part for each husernet peer --> <locator> <udpv6> <address>husarnet-IPv6-address</address> <!-- or <address>husarnet-hostname</address> --> </udpv6> </locator> <!-- End repeat --> </initialPeersList> </builtin> </rtps> </participant> </profiles>```