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Packet loss GNS3

Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:45 pm


First post here and I am sorry if I post in wrong section. Starting to work with MikroTik and GNS3. I have issue as the picture below.
These guys can talk without issues to each other:
Cloud-1 < --- > MikroTik-1
MikroTik-1 < --- > MikroTik-2

But Cloud-1 have 50% packet loss to MikroTik-2 and MikroTik-2 have 100% packet loss to Cloud-1.

Thing that looks strange but maybe it's normal is the Topology Summary, C1 -> M1 got 3 connections (?) and M1 -> C1 got 2.

Happy for any ideas in correct direction that might help me :)

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Re: Packet loss GNS3

Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:56 pm


interfaces part of a bridge should not have ip's on their own. ip should be defined on the level of bridge.

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