A third party technician needs access to a PLC behind a zerotier node (Windows 10 22H2). I do not want to give the third party access to my main zerotier network, so I created a new one.
Then I joined the technician, my laptop and the windows pc to the new network.
When turning off the old zerotier network after a few seconds
shows that the node that had previously the link status
DIRECT now has the link status
Unfortunalty the connection turns bad.
So I did not change any other settings, other than join and switching to the new zerotier network.
The troubleshooting High Latency & Relaying does not apply in this situation, since nothing in the underlying network should have changed, or did it? For what should I check?
Why does it not keep the
DIRECT link anymore?