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In small, home office type networks you would be correct. Most people simply use the IP given to them by their ISP. In larger networks, the routing network is different than the routed network. What I mean here is the IP address of the interfaces for the routers and other devices that participate in moving packets around…
Turns out it's either a) a bug in the firmware, or b) so poorly documented that it took tech support 3 weeks to find it. This may affect any NAT configuration. TKWITS was on to something. The second part of the article referenced mentioned a route policy. Now the route policy is a little strange because it needs to be for…
Yes. I've done this. Doesn't work, Rebooted everything and tried again. Still doesn't work. It's been set for a couple weeks now, just in case. When support was engaged and still interested they double checked to make sure I had it set to publish and correct. Yup...had a lot of hope on that one.
The router routes 188.8.131.52 out a particular interface via a simple static route. This interface on the router has 10.5.1.1 as its IP address. This is very common in router configurations. The firewall's WAN interface is 10.5.1.2. They are on the same subnet. Same broadcast domain. The router has this packet with a…
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