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IPADDR=198.x.x.1 NETMASK=255.255.255.255 BROADCAST=198.x.x.1 I assume your ip was meant to be 192.x.x.1 (but the explanation will be valid also for 198.x.x.1) and so you create a subnet with an extension of 0 bits (192.x.x.1/32), which means it limits the view to itself if i add a static route using route add default gw 192.x.x.254 ...


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By default the Mikrotik has no firewall forward rules and will forward all traffic (default policy is accept). The Mikrotik needs to know where to forward the traffic from the wireless clients. Add a default route via your FTTH router. Run this command on the Mikrotik: /ip route add gateway=192.168.50.1 The FTTH router needs to know how to reply to the ...


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It sounds like you may need to configure the firewall to pass through the NAT traffic on the Mikrotik. This is 'masquerading'. When you enable NAT, by default the Mikrotik doesn't enable masquerading and as a result won't pass through established traffic. You must specifically enable the Firewall rule. An equivalent in IPTABLES would be the basic "allow ...


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Teeproxy could be used to replicate traffic. The usage is really simple: ./teeproxy -l :80 -a localhost:9000 -b localhost:9001 a production server b testing server When you put a HAproxy (with roundrobin) before your webserver you can easily redirect 50% of your traffic to testing site: /------------------> production HAproxy / ...



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