Opened 9 months ago

Closed 9 months ago

#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 9 months ago.
routerInfo-85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=

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Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 9 months ago by spammywindy

Description: modified (diff)
Last edited 9 months ago by spammywindy (previous) (diff)

comment:2 Changed 9 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 9 months ago by spammywindy

routerInfo-85M3XIb5sZplN14NJn9bH4QLOQCHMLn1mRTgvR1l-Rg=

comment:3 Changed 9 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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