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Some people seem so obsessed with the morning, get up early just to watch the sun rise
Some people like it more when there's fire in the sky, worship the sun when it's high
Some people go for those sultry evenings, sipping cocktails in the blue, red and grey
But I like every minute of the day


Mar
4
comment Routing from mikrotik two IP addresses to same gateway
Are you trying to direct certain traffic out different interfaces? Fail over gateways? No idea what you're trying to accomplish. Also still looking for /ip address.
Mar
4
comment Routing from mikrotik two IP addresses to same gateway
Your route to your ISP's gateway is also set for the same distance out both interfaces. There is quite a bit wrong with your current config - I will either need to know much more about what you want done, or more information on what your ISP is doing, or both.
Mar
4
comment Routing from mikrotik two IP addresses to same gateway
Your gateway is the same for all three default gw entries. Is that correct? I would start by removing and rebuilding those routes. If using winbox, it's pretty straightforward, if you're in the CLI, try this: ip route add dst-address=0.0.0.0/0 gateway=1.1.1.1 - you will need one of these for each interface, obviously.
Mar
4
comment Routing on CentOS with multiple subnets
Because I have other, dissimilar devices configured similarly that do not have this trouble. It may be my router, but I am very familiar with it, and do not think that's the issue. I would be happy to post those configs, if you'd like.
Mar
4
comment Routing on CentOS with multiple subnets
After looking into it, I do not think enabling forwarding is the right option; I am specifically trying to avoid that, I think. Since there is an IP for each network on separate interfaces, I would like to be able to handle the forwarding at my router, rather than at the server these interfaces are on. Hopefully that makes sense, please feel free to correct me if I'm completely off.
Mar
4
answered Many clients on a wireless AP for UDP broadcast packets
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Mar
4
comment Web server behind MikroTik and dynamic dns
Please post /ip firewall filter and /ip firewall nat.
Mar
4
comment Routing from mikrotik two IP addresses to same gateway
Please show /ip address, /ip firewall filter, /ip firewall nat, /ip route.
Mar
4
asked Routing on CentOS with multiple subnets
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Feb
23
comment FreePBX How to play an announcement for misdialled calls
I can't think of a reason to not just handle this for users; can you explain?
Feb
23
comment FreePBX How to play an announcement for misdialled calls
Simpler method would be to just create an IVR, send calls matching your pattern to it. Most SIP phones allow some sort of dialplan rewrite, just rewrite it there as the extension of the IVR. You could also handle it through outbound routes, as StrangeWill suggests, and cover all your bases.
Feb
21
comment FreePBX How to play an announcement for misdialled calls
Is there a reason not to just handle 9+whatever in your outbound routes? edit - in either your trunks or routes, you should be able to match numbers with a 9, then remove it.
Jan
24
comment Cant resolve hostnames except using nslookup/dig in CentOS [resolved]
I was never before, and had no problems, but it does seem like that would've fixed things. I'll test with the previous nsswitch.conf and a search option set to see what happens.
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