This means, that you have no IP address assigned to the router's end of the tunnel."Could Not Determine Local IP Address"
Keyboard geeks use ssh, not WinBox... and please don't tell me there is no keyboard geek using routeros...
1) you have to disable "passthrough" in your voip rules....
use output chain.A question how would I load balance the outgoing conections from the hotspot proxy?
Also do I have my nth values correct for 4 connections.
Ideas if I should change anything..
This could be done in terminal:Only thing I am asking for is the ability to specify a name for the backup file in Winbox. This can also be accomplished by providing a file rename capabiliy in the File Folder.
/system backup save name=<File name goes here>
We want all traffic for ips X.X.X.54 and X.X.X.69 port 25 to goto server X.X.X.15
/ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat action=dst-nat protocol=tcp dst-port=25 dst-address=X.X.X.54 to-addresses=X.X.X.15 to-ports=25
YesIf I run /ip route print detail I see all the routes learned through BGP are gateway-state=recursive. Is that what the state should be?
It depends on what you want to achieveCan I set two default gateways like this?
[eugene@SM_BGP] interface bridge filter> /ip fire address-list add address= Address ::= A.B.C.D[-A.B.C.D |/00..32 |/A.B.C.D ] (IP address range) [eugene@SM_BGP] interface bridge filter> /ip fire address-list add address=
If you are using the routing-test package, there is a built-in chain dynamic-in which allows you to apply routing marks on dynamic routes.If I could alternatly set the pptp client to add the default route with a routing mark, that would solve my problem as well.