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dariendubiera
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HELP MIKROTIK STATIC ROUTE

Tue Dec 04, 2018 4:14 pm

hello dear community, I would like to know how to get to this destination from the UCM

SINCE MY MIKROTIK ARRIVED PERFECTLY, the problem is that I must reach 172.32.21.10 through the ISP 2
and I must also get to 190.10.150.38 through the ISP 1

SINCE MY MIKROTIK ARRIVED PERFECTLY, I added static routes in my mikrotik to those destinations by their respective gateway, the problem is that since 10.0.101.2 that is the wan of my telephone exchange did not reach any of the destinations by their respective gateway.

note:
The addresses that are ETH2, ETH3 are provided by the ISPs can not be changed

I attach the diagram

Thanks in advance.
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Re: HELP MIKROTIK STATIC ROUTE

Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:03 pm

Hi

Make sure that:
on MT:
add route 190.10.150.38 to ISP1
add route 172.32.21.10 to ISP2
add route 172.16.0.20/18 to pbx (I'm guessing pbx is not doing nat?)

on pbx:
default route is 10.0.101.1, your router

but the first two are publicly routable ip's and it normally doesn't matter if you go left or right
 
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Re: HELP MIKROTIK STATIC ROUTE

Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:12 am

you can use /ip route rule to add rules
it can assign priority to each rule so you can make on you own idea
 
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Re: HELP MIKROTIK STATIC ROUTE

Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:05 pm

You can have multiple routes all with the same priority however RouterOS will prioritise more specific routes over others. In your instance you can set routes to those individual IP's through the relevant WAN interfaces and still have a generic 0.0.0.0/0 rule all with the same priority and them coincide quite happily without route marking.
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