Hoping to get some help here for a nat question. This maybe a routing question.
We have a CCR 1009-8G-1S-1S+
We are using it primarily for wan routing on our wisp. PUBLIC IP TO PUBLIC IP. We have a fiber connection on ETH 8 with a static IP this routes (2) /24 public subnets for our wisp clients. This comes in on a bridge connection that has ETH1, ETH2, ETH3, ETH4 assigned.
We also have a 10.0.0.0/8 network on the bridge that is for management. We have this setup src-nat to the ETH 8 IP. This works well all 10.0.0.0/8 subnet can reach the internet.
We got a new backup connection today eventually to become a BGP peer along with ETH 8 connected to ETH 7. ETH 7 has a public IP assigned from the upstream ISP. I added the gateway ip for this in routing. The table in routing says the gateway is reachable via ETH 7.
We want to be able to src nat 10.0.0.0/8 to this new gateway. I changed the src-nat rule to out interface ETH 7 and at the bottom assigned the TO ADDRESS to the ETH 7 IP as I had done with the ETH 8. We are unable to get out the gateway. The gateway remains inactive under the routing tab.
What am I missing here do I need some sort of mangle rule here for the multiple gateways?
With a 10.0.0.0 subnet assigned to my pc I can ping the IP on ETH 7 and the gateway IP of the ISP on ETH 7.
Thanks in advance for any help.