Try to telnet minecraft server's port. Is it connecting, rejecting or nothing happens (aka "dropping")? This might give you an idea which Mikrotik rule is rejecting traffic.Minecraft ... big ones
Yes! First time seeing someone recommending my guide. :)))Have a read here: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=169273&p=850595&#p829817
AES with 256-bit keys, which is recommended by the NSA for securing classified information, including the TOP SECRET level.
/ip firewall mangle add action=mark-connection chain=prerouting dst-port=!80,443 new-connection-mark=under_nordvpn passthrough=yes protocol=tcp
You are using "/ip cloud" instead of WAN IP, right?normal dynamic public ip
Nothing that could help me thereSee my post here.
1. How is it related to this thread?Please tell me how to correctly forward the port for example for torrent in this configuration?
what?What is not working is I cant access my server ip 192.168.1.10 internally but server have internet.
/interface bridge settings set use-ip-firewall=yes
Kinda the same here. Thanks to my previous job I had to deal with Mikrotik routers. They significantly boosted my understanding of networking. :)This router is so good, I'm really glad I bought it despite of my initial concerns.
/ip firewall filter add action=drop chain=forward dst-address=188.8.131.52 nth=2,1
How would I do this best and with as simple as possible a solution?
Could it be related to software installed on the PC (virtualization systems, etc.)?
/system logging add topics=ipsec action=memory
I've done this. In both ends EoIP interface is added to main LAN bridges and basically LANs are connected.So how can I do to make the two microtiks communicate directly without NAT.
I need to connect the two VLANs as well.
There's a way?
/system logging add topics=ipsec,l2tp
Make sure you are using NordVPN DNS provided by VPN server.when connected to NordVPN UK host BBC detects it as if I am not in the UK and blocks the UK contentet such as Iplayer.
Not true if Mikrotik adds frequency option. E.g. "Do not run script if it already has run in the past X seconds".make your router prone to DoS/DDoS attacks
That youtube video is legendary...good video tutorial
or specify in-interface (to be your WAN interface) on your dst-nat rule so you don't mess up LAN connection to the private IP.