[Mikrotik] SRCNAT through hotspot

ccrum ccrum at dot11net.com
Fri Aug 7 12:09:24 CDT 2009


What interface are you using for your internet gateway? If it is ether1, 
then why not move the publics to ether2 where your hotspot is and 
problem solved. I think it would be difficult to use a block of publics 
on the same interface as my internet gateway anyway.

Cameron

Ralph wrote:
> If only it could be that easy...
>
> No they are on the eth2, on the inside of the hotspot. Normally all the
> hotspot users receive 10.5.50.x addresses dynamically.
> I want these guys to get assigned a 66.x.x.x address from my public group
> which is on the outside of the hotspot (eth1).
>
> Ralph
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, August 06, 2009 5:58 PM
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>
> Ralph,
>
> If your block of publics is on the same interface as the hotspot, you 
> don't need to do anything. Simply assign them the public they want 
> staticly.
>
> Cameron
>
> Ralph wrote:
>   
>> I have some customers behind a hotspot who are willing to pay for a public
>> address.
>> I wonder if someone could help me out a bit by taking a quick look at 
>>
>> http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/How_to_link_Public_addresses_to_Local_ones
>>
>> and tell me if this tactic would also work if the inside user was behind a
>> hotspot?  
>> What else would I have to do?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Ralph
>> Brightlan
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