Okay. You mean 100 mb/sec upload and 20 mb/sec download? 100 from you to Internet and 20 from Internet to customers?Every red line = 1000MF. LACP = 4Gb/s. ISP 100 Mb/s upload and 20Mb/s send.
I 'm using UTP5e.
Also, specify outbound interface to understand what you are doing.This is what I tried:But this does not seem to work. Is this the right way to accomplish this? How do I test this?Code: Select all
/ip firewall nat add action=src-nat chain=srcnat dst-address=172.21.0.0/24 to-addresses=172.21.2.33
Nice suggestion.Can confirm this behavior. I would go a bit further and ask for the out filter to be required when configuring a new peer.
or just firewall drop rule(s)I ended up just making a routing rule that drops between both networks.
Seems to me the cleanest way to do this.
This is abnormal behavior. I'll wait for a fix for this.Try uninstall additional packages, then update. After update install packages.Hey. What about low capacity of space in hAP lite? Watever I did, it says not enough space. Every time.
You need only one loopback address. You might need second one for second ospf process, but in correct network design you don't need second one.To have two loopback addresses on a router (ospf + mpls) or will the ospf loopback do for mpls?
I don't get why you think hEX won't handle it.Nope, Gr3 won't do. Since you want ot balance, you'll need to skip FastTrack. Without it gr3 won't be able to cope with bandwidth.
You need more power. 4011 will do for example
Google for "mikrotik bridge configuration with vlans".Thank you, yes my ISP is ok with that, I need to know how to set up the RB750, in order to achieve this.
Why peer IP is 10.100.100.2? Why not 188.8.131.52?/routing bgp peer
add name=AS41601 remote-address=10.100.100.2 remote-as=41601 ttl=default
I think that mpls packet will be dropped simple because there is no fragmentation offset in it's header. Just same as ppp.What is the correct MTU for this setup pleace?
How do I check in Wireshark that the packages are not fragmented ?
Thank you very much for this explanation
Oh, I see. I didn't use it, that's why I didn't see it in dump. Thanks.Control word is additional 4 bytes
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:V ... _CW_Format
First of all you should fully connected ospf domain(in single area), then establish bgp. Start with that.Thanks for your reply but it don't work.
BGP is also not established.
I believe he is admin user and he just deleted himself.Hello
Thing is, you can't delete admin unless you already have an account with full rights. Just recreate admin, give it a password and it's over
Sent from my tablet with Tapatalk. Sorry for my typos.
I no longer need workarounds, and can confirm that for me HE tunnels work allright:
after a firmware upgrade of my HGU from _n43 to _n53 now myHE tunnel works like a charm!
And second answer?Yes both side has 100 vlan.
I heard, but I didn't go into details. Search in Tik's wiki. It just tagging ports via ports in bridge I think.Thanks Anumrak.
Do you know another method? both routers have firmware version 6.43
I'm sorry, I did a stupid mistake. You should bridge your uplink port to ISP and downlink port to your IPTV set top box equipment. Your STB should get IP from ISP, not your router.Thank a lot. Will try to solve it with ISP or some custom routes. My question covered.
For WLAN you have wireless access list which allowes to connect only macs you want.And... how can i Limit only this one particular MAC address to connect to the WLAN network?
Your ISP made a mistake. He shouldn't give you default route as IPTV ISP.Normally it looks like following.
After NAK IP lost - no visual difference
I don't know if I understand correctly your question but all the hosts ara connected trough the Dell Switch.
I will swap this switch for a new one with 10Gb ports, but when it happens the arp table on the switch are always ok!
They better be reachable via OSPF advertisments for redundancy.Ok I will do that thank you.
In regards to the static routes for the loopbacks; should they be used or removed and rely on ospf to create the table or keep them with arp check and a distance of eg. 255?