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Starlink is blokcking one of myt devices


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I've been using Starlink for a few days. Initially, I used the original router with the original Starlink Ethernet adapter. Almost all of my devices are connected via 5GHz Wi-Fi, and they all work great. However, I've encountered an issue with Ethernet.

I have a custom device (TCP Client) that logs some data and sends it to my server (TCP server). This device works fine on my home network, and it was working well for a few days when it was connected to the Starlink Ethernet adapter. However, now it doesn't even show up in the app. It stopped working randomly, and I've tried troubleshooting by turning it off/on, factory resetting, and changing the cable, but nothing seems to help.  The Ethernet adapter works with my normal PC.

Do you have any potential solutions? It seems like my device's MAC address may have been banned by the router or even by Starlink. Is there a way to unban it?

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The server has static IP outside any of the networks mentioned before. Today I turned Starlink router into “bypass mode”. It helped, my device connects to server flawlessly. I would still prefer to use an Ethernet connection to connect my device directly to the Starlink network instead of using this workaround. If you have any idea I can try, I am opened to all suggestions.

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  • 4 weeks later...

If you server has an IP address outside any of your networks, then the Starlink Router is probably NOT routing any traffic to it because... it is not on the known Starlink networks... 😉 

Sadly, there is no custom routing table you can configure with the Starlink Router to allow this kind of routing... whether you are connected by WiFI or an Ethernet Cable... and without IP Leases (a non-feature of the Starlink Router), I don't know of any way to "nail" the IP address of your server.

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