Thanks for link but too complicated for me unhappy, I guess I'll have to find an other solution.Here is a good place to start, http://blog.butchevans.com/2008/09/mikr ... n-example/ think of the vpn connection as another wan path
some documentations or details on how to do it ? at least basic guidelines ?You have to set routing marks for the traffic you want over vpn, then add route for that marked traffic
Thanks for clarificationThere is a version of the 951 with POE out... but yeah, sorry to say... its POE in. Look for models with a "P" in their name... otherwise they don't have POE out... only In.
oky thanks for info about fact MT is not doing GPON, so it looks like I won't be able to remove that ONT ! I wanted to remove it as it's crap and crashes too oftenMT does no GPON. And if they would I am sure your ISP has some security to prevent you from connecting any device you want to
Unhappy I'm unable to find the info as the ISP will never tell me what equipment is on other end. I have only the reference of the ONT used but I didn't find any details about it on Internet to know what signal is usedYou have to know what module is used in the other end.
tutorial explaining how to setup l2tp vpn ?Run l2tp. And if need of eoip (l2tp is l2) run this over the l2tp tunnel. Then the traffic is udp, not gre
Thanks for the idea of the passive mode, it resolved the issueConfigure your FTP sever to passive mode, set passive mode custom port range, then allow this port range in your DST-NAT rules.
Sorry but where do you sign up for pre-release testing ?You have to sign up for pre-release testing, and have to agree that some of these releases are alpha-quality. They can and will crash. Send email to support if you agree to test this.
Thanks for explanationsYou need to bridge local eth and eoip tunnel that you make.
For DHCP to isolate the other side you need to set the bridge to use ip firewall and make rules with deny udp 67,68 ports from the other network.