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Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Mon Nov 16, 2020 8:40 pm

I read almost all topics about my problem and some of the problems are still unresolved.

I have RB4011 and multiple VLANs in my home network. Network was split to VLANs for better security management. There is VLAN for guest, IoT, Office and Home devices (laptops, smartphones). My SmartTV is in one of IoT VLAN and Smartphone is in Home VLAN. Connecting via direct IP entering works great but there is problem with discovery SmartTV by applications like YouTube, Netflix or DLNA. I have much more problems but some of them was resolved by read topic where mdns-repeater was recommended, now I have one in my raspberryPi (which is connected to required VLANs). Now the biggest problem is how to enable discovery by YouTube and Netflix applications?
 
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Tue Nov 17, 2020 3:16 pm

You will need to post your config and draw a detailed network diagram for best understanding.
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Tue Nov 17, 2020 6:47 pm

Ok,
below is simplified network schema:
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I would like to cast from Iphone to SmartTV via YouTube or Netflix application.
But YouTube/Netflix application cannot discover SmartTV.
When enter IP address manually I can ping or telnet (no firewall drop or reject)
I can use other tools even for linux and install them on raspberry PI to probably copy some packets between networks, but I don't find good tool.
Mdns-repeater recommended in other thread do not affect on YouTube application (probably using something different than zeroconf/bonjur)
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:03 am

Really no body cannot help? Is it so simple, or no body have similar requirements?
 
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Thu Nov 19, 2020 4:38 pm

Firstly where does internet come in from?
Secondly, this is not simple you are talking about multicasting which is a friggen nightmare.
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Thu Nov 19, 2020 7:01 pm

Why internet is important? It’s only LAN problem. I’m not sure it’s multicast but it can be broadcast. Like I said before maybe there is application which I can install on Linux and copy some packets between VLANs?
 
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Thu Nov 19, 2020 7:10 pm

Wondering,
Why do you put devices on separate VLANS when afterwards you want to connect them together on L2 (use discovery protocols)???
Its absolutely normal that they can not communicate on L2, only L3 (IP) with corresponding firewalls.

If you want to cast just put them on the same L2 network and you can use all these consumer product casting/sharing etc.

Will be close to impossible to set all this protocols up in such scenario across VLANS.
And if you succeed you have no real VLAN separation anymore...
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Thu Nov 19, 2020 8:03 pm

Wondering,
Why do you put devices on separate VLANS when afterwards you want to connect them together on L2 (use discovery protocols)???
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:42 pm

VLANs in my configuration are for more convenient manage access to Internet and some of the devices. Like in picture above I would like to block access between some devices and some devices block access to the Internet. Without VLANs i must gave them static IP and block new devices to connect
 
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Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:50 pm

VLANs in my configuration are for more convenient manage access to Internet and some of the devices. Like in picture above I would like to block access between some devices and some devices block access to the Internet. Without VLANs i must gave them static IP and block new devices to connect
And simply all L2 Discovery protocol won’t work with Devices separated by VLAN
 
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Re: Mikrotik, subnet, YouTube,Netflix App, SmartTv discovery

Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:18 pm

Ok so maybe there is possibility to copy packets between VLANs? Mdns-repeater can work with zeroconf/bonjur, but do not help with YouTube/Netflix applications

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