[Mikrotik] dst-nat question
robert at avantwireless.com
Thu Apr 19 19:14:01 CDT 2012
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Do it the easy way... ssh to the 750, then ssh from the 750 to the ubnt
on the same network, no need for a default gw, then from the ssh
interface add the default gateway, then access it from the web interface
to fix the error and reboot... TA-DAH, no visit no big deal. I do
this to fix radios that have been installed with the default ip
addresses. Just add a 192.168.1.xx address to the ap and then go in
afterwards and with ssh fix all the idiocy...
On 04/19/2012 04:24 PM, Matt Larsen - Lists wrote:
> I have a customer radio that we can't get to because the installer
> forgot to put in a default gateway.
> It is a Ubiquiti bullet5 radio with an IP address of 192.168.32.3.
> I have a Mikrotik 750 at the base with an IP of 192.168.32.1 on the
> inside interface and 10.17.18.3 on the external interface.
> What set of commands would I have to use to set up a dst-nat to send
> port 8080 on the 10.17.18.3 interface to port 80 on the 192.168.32.3
> interface so I can set the damn gateway?
> I'd send someone out to fix it, but the customer is 120 miles away from
> our office! At least their Internet is working fine.
> Matt Larsen
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