You'll need another routing-mark, next to existing pppoe-rt, and some mechanism to direct traffic to that routing table.
• 1st ISP (pppoe-justlan) works as main WAN with no routing mark and any routing rules.
• 2nd ISP (pppoe-rt) works as secondary WAN simultaneously with the first one. There's all ok with this route, MikroTik sees the world if I ping google with this interface. Routing-mark is used for one route rule and it works perfectly (thank you for your answer in my previous thread).
• 3nd ISP (modem) needed as the 3rd WAN. Both routes from 192.168.8.100 to 192.168.8.0/24 and from 192.168.8.1 to 0.0.0.0/0 are reachable. I can ping modem (192.168.8.1 and .100) but nothing outside. Routing-mark is added but will be needed when some local devices is ready to go through the modem to the internet.
Why both of PPPoE connections are opened to the internet for MikroTik but the modem's is not? Am I need to use VRF or mangle or I can use an existing routing table? Thanks.
You should use IP address of the modem instead of interface as a gateway in the route.
It's actually doesn't matter, I tried both to use interface and the modem's ip 192.168.8.1.
Thanks you for your replies
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