add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-address=!192.168.88.189 dst-address-type=local dst-port=12000 protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.88.189 to-ports=12000
Sorry, I have no idea how to do it....
Or - probably better, just use a simple queue instead of queue trees. The simple queue will see the traffic before it gets masqueraded by the NAT table, so you can use the src-address as the classifier in the upload queue (as your example does).
Vlan or WAN?hi
my internet have 2 connection vlan 1 vlan2
when vlan1 download vlan2 work..
so can i make vlan 1-2 load balance internet and user same time
It makes sense. Almost clear. Thank you....
Does this make sense now?
My vpn provider recommends to use MTU 1400 and I am doing like this.If ping works but tcp doesn't, it's most likely an MTU issue.
try lowering the MTU on your VPN interface.
Still does not work, but after I connected to wlan3 my ping goes through vpn. My public IP is IP of vpn server (nslookup myip.opendns.com. resolver1.opendns.com), but I am not able to open any website.Ok, move vpn masquerade rule to the first position
But first the file "dynamic.rsc" is being saved into the nand....
The dynamicBlacklist list that I posted does not write the list to the NAND. The dynamic rules are stored in memory.
You right. Thank you. Now it works.That is what you get when you ask questions without giving complete information!
You did not mention PPPoE before. PPPoE does not use DHCP (you should delete the client).
Settings for PPPoE are under PPPoE client.
Thank you. I did it in terminal. But where I find the use-peer-dns option in winbox?If you get DNS settings from DHCP client then set use-peer-dns=no and enter manually DNS servers in /ip dns settings.
Additionally to give out different DHCP servers, you can set DNS in dhcp server configuration
add chain=dstnat action=dst-nat dst-address=!192.168.88.1 dst-address-type=local dst-port=8888 protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.88.10 to-ports=8888
add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat disabled=no dst-port=8888 in-interface=pppoe-out1 protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.88.10 to-ports=8888
I have dynamic WAN IP. What should I put in dst-address?Hello,
I'm not an expert but could you humour me and add dst-address=your_WAN_IP in the NAT rule.
I had a funny case where I had what you had, but it was giving me strange results. Putting in the dst-address worked for me at least.
You are right. I found this option/solution last night.Since I remember, you must create one security profile for each wlan.
Rule 4 is off.Just so I'm certain - you did disable rule 4, right?
Does the queue show any traffic in the statistics tab?
Could you please give me the example?...
Try making a simple queue, make the target 192.168.88.0/23, in advanced set the queue types to your PCQ-upstream and PCQ-downstream queue types, and then edit the queue types' configurations to set the bandwidth constraints to be the way you like. ...
RouterOS 6.32.3 ? Wlan 2GHz-B/G/N, 20/40MHz ?Hello
I brought RB941-2n.
But I noticed that I cannot connect with some (cheap) phones and tablets.
I’m not sure about the reason but there is an issue with this board and some phones.