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Broadcast forwarding (on demand).
NAT from/to broadcast addresses.
It seems that this rule:
/ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat in-interface=WAN dst-address=WAN_IP protocol=udp dst-port=7 action=dst-nat to-addresses=LAN_BROADCAST_IP to-ports=7
kiks in but the packet is not forwarded.
Also the "fake" ARP entry is installed:
/ip arp add address=LAN_BROADCAST_IP mac-address=FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF interface=LAN
Is this a bug or is a 'feature' wich is not (yet) implemented?
/ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat in-interface=WAN dst-address=[255.255.255.255 or WAN_BROADCAST_IP] protocol=udp dst-port=xx action=dst-nat to-addresses=LAN_IP_XX to-ports=xx
Don't ask me why I need this.
Regards, Claudiu Marusceac.
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Same problem for me. Any explanations?
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maybe, that LAN_BROADCAST is received locally, that's why it's not forwarded. the same with router's addresses
in those network pervertions you can go further and try to route that packet to some fake gateway with 'ff:ff::ff' MAC address %) probably you will need VRF to move around local routes
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