[Mikrotik] basic routing
josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Wed Jun 6 13:17:26 CDT 2012
Is this a /30 ?
gig0/1 - 10.100.0.1
Can the Cisco ping 126.96.36.199 ?
1100 Wayne St
Troy, OH 45373
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 2:12 PM, Ty Featherling <tyfeatherling at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here's the config:
> ether1 - 10.100.0.2/30
> ether2 - 10.100.1.1/24
> ether2 - 188.8.131.52/26 (public)
> ip route 0.0.0.0/0 10.100.0.1
> Edge Cisco
> gig0/1 - 10.100.0.1
> ip route 184.108.40.206 255.255.255.182 10.100.0.2
> Now I have 2 CAP320 APs that are setup in a similar way. They have a
> 10.0.12.x address on their ethernet side and a 209.163.162.x/26 on the
> wireless side and acting as gateway for the customers. The default route on
> the AP pointing to the Edge router at 10.0.12.1 and a return route at the
> Edge pointing all 209.163.162.x/26 traffic to 10.0.12.x and no issues. I
> say this to point out that I don't believe the upstream's config is the
> On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Scott Reed <sreed at nwwnet.net> wrote:
>> Does your public range include the address your upstream expects to see?
>> If so, you need to either get your upstream to give you a /29 or /30 to
>> use for connectivity or you are going to have to change how much of the
>> block you send to the AP.
>> Does your upstream know that the subnet on your inside router should be
>> routed to your border router? If not, they need to add a route.
>> On 6/6/2012 12:50 PM, Ty Featherling wrote:
>>> I am trying to route my first tower with mikrotik. I have a private /30
>>> setup between my edge router and ether1 of the RB. I have a private /24
>>> setup for an ap and it's cpe on ether2. I have a subnet of public
>>> to use for clients of this AP and the gateway for those is set as an
>>> address on ether2 as well. Default route is the gateway for ether1 which
>>> our edge router. There is a route on the edge router routing that subnet
>>> publics back to the ether1 address of the RB. This all sounds right to me.
>>> This is being setup on my bench right now so I configured it as above then
>>> plugged my laptop into ether2 and gave myself a static public address
>>> within the range assigned to the RB. I can ping my gateway and all other
>>> ips assigned to the RB and ips on my network beyond the RB. I can ping the
>>> RB from the outside both on it's ether1 address and the public gateway
>>> assigned to ether2.
>>> I cannot reach the internet from my laptop. I have a static DNS address
>>> configured. I can ping the DNS server, but I get no internet response.
>>> Pings to google.com cannot find host. What am I missing?
>>> I'm going to lunch to clear my head. Any help appreciated.
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