#2322 closed defect (not our bug)

Multiple identical router address fields in one routerInfo.

Reported by: spammywindy Owned by: zzz
Priority: minor Milestone: undecided
Component: router/netdb Version: 0.9.36
Keywords: netdb, ssu Cc:
Parent Tickets: Sensitive: no

Description (last modified by zzz)

As asked on

I open this ticket to report a case in which there are 2 identical SSU router address fields found in one of the routerInfo I randomly check.
Follow is the binary of that routerInfo.

https://pastebin.com/Wmd6EydA

I break lines for easier viewing. Lines 3 and 4 contains the same SSU info of the router. Hopefully this router is still online or recorded by stats.i2p for you guys to verify the issue.

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routerInfo-85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=.dat (1.0 KB) - added by spammywindy 14 months ago.
routerInfo-85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=

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Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 14 months ago by spammywindy

Description: modified (diff)
Last edited 14 months ago by spammywindy (previous) (diff)

comment:2 Changed 14 months ago by zzz

Description: modified (diff)

would you please attach the routerinfo file here, it's really hard to see whats going on from the pastebin of the binary. thanks.

Changed 14 months ago by spammywindy

routerInfo-85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=

comment:3 Changed 14 months ago by zzz

Resolution: not our bug
Status: newclosed

Thank you. Here's the RI in text form:

[RouterInfo: 
	Identity: [RouterIdentity: 
	Hash: 85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=
	Certificate: [Certificate: type: Key certificate
	Crypto type: 0
	Sig type: 7 (EdDSA_SHA512_Ed25519)]
	PublicKey: [PublicKey: size: 256]
	SigningPublicKey: [SigningPublicKey EdDSA_SHA512_Ed25519: size: 32]
	Padding: 96 bytes]
	Signature: [Signature EdDSA_SHA512_Ed25519: size: 64]
	Published: Fri Sep 14 21:43:26 EDT 2018
	Options (3):
		[caps] = [LR]
		[netId] = [2]
		[router.version] = [0.9.35]
	Addresses (5):
	[RouterAddress: 
	Type: SSU
	Cost: 10
	Options (4):
		[caps] = [BC]
		[host] = [89.178.29.126]
		[key] = [85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=]
		[port] = [24428]]
	[RouterAddress: 
	Type: SSU
	Cost: 10
	Options (5):
		[caps] = [BC]
		[host] = [2001:470:1f15:e65:b4b9:178c:a6f1:6bf9]
		[key] = [85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=]
		[mtu] = [1472]
		[port] = [24428]]
	[RouterAddress: 
	Type: SSU
	Cost: 10
	Options (5):
		[caps] = [BC]
		[host] = [2001:470:1f15:e65:b4b9:178c:a6f1:6bf9]
		[key] = [85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=]
		[mtu] = [1472]
		[port] = [24428]]
	[RouterAddress: 
	Type: NTCP
	Cost: 2
	Options (2):
		[host] = [2001:470:1f15:e65:b4b9:178c:a6f1:6bf9]
		[port] = [24428]]
	[RouterAddress: 
	Type: NTCP
	Cost: 2
	Options (2):
		[host] = [89.178.29.126]
		[port] = [24428]]]

background: http://i2pforum.i2p/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=512

The above 0.9.35 router does indeed have two identical SSU IPv6 addresses.

This is an i2pd router. You may discuss it, or file a bug report, with that project. Thanks for the report.

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