I have EOIP tunnels set up between 3 remote locations using LTE Cellular as the WAN provider. Currently we have tunnels between sites A and B and between B and C.
Everything seems to run fine for a random period of time, then the Tunnels drop, like Site B loses WAN connectivity or there is a quick drop in power at the site, Tunnel A-B auto recovers pretty quickly but tunnel B-C doesn't auto recover.
We have tried reloading the default config and rebuilding the firewall rules and tunnels on both A and C routerboards, but I am hesitant to attempt that at Site B since it is a 2 hour drive out to the site.
I can't see anything different in the set-up of the two tunnels on B other than the src, dst addressing and the Tunnel ID's, the rest appears to be the same. Is there anything that I can look at that would help explain why one tunnel will recover but the second one stays down. (both sites continue to have WAN connections and both ends of the tunnel will show TX traffic but no RX.
Rebooting Both B and C ends has brought the tunnel back to life, rebooting site C alone doesn't, just waiting for the next failure to see if rebooting site B alone will bring it back up.
Edit: When Site B has a hiccup and the WAN drops, tunnel A-B recovers but B-C won't recover, rebooting HAP AC Lite B brings the tunnel back to life.