Looks like other router vendors are supporting this feature
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/io ... direct.pdf
https://www.juniper.net/techpubs/en_US/ ... write.html
I've tried rules that log things, but right now no rules at all.You say that the pings stop working with the voice stops.
Do you have any filter rules in your firewall or bridge? If so, export them here.
Should be testing that tomorrow on a Cisco Wireless AP. I'll let you know.Have you done any bypass troubleshootig yet to make sure the wireless phones work properly without the Mikrotik?
I think you're confusing Hole Punching with ALG (Application Layer Gateway) kernel modules.You dont need hole punching unless the application your attempting to use sends the IP contact info within the packet i.e SIP/RTP/FTP etc
You can legislate all you like, but once there is no more IPv4 space to go around thats the end of the game.double NAT is neither acceptable nor legal here in Italy for ISPs.
of course, how silly do you think I am?Do you separated layer 2 between your "Hotspot" and Normal lan? If not having 2 subnets is a complete waste of time since v6 local link address would be able to be used between then
We're doing this now, but clients want a public Internet reachable address. Stateful NAT doesn't do this. Perhaps we should implement Stateless IVI on the MT instead.If you have just 1 public v4 (with enough speed attached), you can have plenty of IPv4 private space to make a Mint.
I can Google !
Can i get MTCG now ?
http://www.kernel.org/doc/ols/2003/ols2 ... -34-43.pdf
Right now we already have to use PPPoE client instead of Hotspot login for clients that want a public IP address. It requires a lot more helpdesk time to get it setup.Clients want IP addresses that are reachable from he Internet
I am well aware of that, but it's still better than no solution at all.What you're suggesting might help in the interim (and I'm not at all saying Mikrotik shouldn't consider it) but as IPv6 usage increases it becomes less valuable as a solution.
So it's official then, Mikrotik is getting out of the hotspot with captive portal business?Those are non standard hacks. We will only use approved standards in our ipv6 implementation
I don't think this is helpful, yes we all want to get all the features eventually, but surely some are more urgent than others?Here's the feature set ros needs; everything we can do with v4? Make it so we can do it with v6