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Branches not ping each other

Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:19 am

There are three branches and the central office:
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Branches normally Ping headquarters and not ping each other
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RIP branch:
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Re: Branches not ping each other

Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:04 pm

What router associated with IP 169.254.1.153?
What IP have HQ router?
 
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Re: Branches not ping each other

Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:11 pm

What router associated with IP 169.254.1.153?
What IP have HQ router?
address of the head office of the tunnel
 
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Re: Branches not ping each other

Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:13 pm

What router associated with IP 169.254.1.153?
What IP have HQ router?
address of the head office of the tunnel
GRE tunnel between the central office and a branch office
 
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Re: Branches not ping each other

Thu Mar 02, 2017 8:10 pm

You are most likely hitting the split horizon limitation of RIP. I don't believe that MikroTik has the capability to disable split horizon like you can in Cisco.

The options you can consider are:

1. Move to OSPF - it is a far better and faster routing protocol than RIP
2. Enable a full mesh of tunnels between sites
3. Add static routes to make up for the routes being stopped by split horizon.

I would strongly recommend option 1 to make routing easier.
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Re: Branches not ping each other

Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:58 am

You are most likely hitting the split horizon limitation of RIP. I don't believe that MikroTik has the capability to disable split horizon like you can in Cisco.

The options you can consider are:

1. Move to OSPF - it is a far better and faster routing protocol than RIP
2. Enable a full mesh of tunnels between sites
3. Add static routes to make up for the routes being stopped by split horizon.

I would strongly recommend option 1 to make routing easier.
Thank you, I will try

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