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Topic # 228612 14-Jan-2018 14:12
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Hi

 

Following on from my earlier thread, I've now got my USG and its working fine with the DV130 in bridge mode.  I now want to configure the DV130<>USG connection to allow me to see the GUI of the DV130, I am currently unable to do that as it is bridged. 

 

I know it involves static routes I believe on both units but does someone have a good method of doing this?  I'm presuming if I need to set the DV130 on a static LAN of 192.168.0.1 for example and then route to the USG IP of 192.168.1.1; and do the same on the USG but in reverse?

 

Thanks,

 

Chris


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  Reply # 1938654 14-Jan-2018 16:07
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You'll need to assign a second WAN interface on the USG with IP of 192.168.0.x (on the DV130's range), this will allow communication between the DV130 and the USG. In order to access from a host on the USG LAN (192.168.1.x) you will need to create a NAT rule so that traffic destined to the DV130 (say 192.168.0.1) appears to originate from the USG (e.g. 192.168.0.2).

 

 

Sorry I don't have a USG so can't give you definitive instructions on how to add that to its config.

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  Reply # 1938661 14-Jan-2018 16:36
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No idea if USG uses same language as ERL3 but here is what I do to see devices on the WAN side of router
My DV130 is 400m away at road and gets PtP from home to road, with 2x Radios
I like you needed to see these devices from network.

 

ETH0 = WAN is 192.168.1.xxx
ETH1 = LAN is 192.168.0.xxx

Commands to run to enable viewing of WAN interface:

 

configure
set service nat rule 5000 description 'Clients on WAN side'
set service nat rule 5000 destination address 192.168.1.0/24
set service nat rule 5000 outbound-interface eth0
set service nat rule 5000 source address 192.168.0.1/24
set service nat rule 5000 type masquerade
commit
save

 

Do NOT make the DV130 ip 192.168.x.1 as the USG will use that

 

Hope this helps.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1938685 14-Jan-2018 17:11
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The USG uses EdgeOS except that you have to do some stuff with json to get it to save permanently.

 

What's your configuration for the Draytek?  Would you mind getting a screen shot, sans any password or sensitive stuff so I can make sure the settings are correct?

 

 


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  Reply # 1938696 14-Jan-2018 17:48
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Its absurd that they cant do this by default on the USG - If I put a netgear (or may have been linksys - whatever a cheapie consumer one) router upstream of my draytek then I can see its UI, Otherwise I cant.

 

I chucked a dumb switch between them and just plug a pc in when I want to see what the terrible sync speeds are at any time.





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  Reply # 1991690 8-Apr-2018 21:52
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Not sure what a USG is, but in general with a vigor, i plug the vigor into a LAN port on the router, so i can access it from the internal network.  Then i plug the WAN port on the router into a LAN port on the router, so that the router can find the vigor also.


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  Reply # 2013677 10-May-2018 23:18
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Benoire:

The USG uses EdgeOS except that you have to do some stuff with json to get it to save permanently.


What's your configuration for the Draytek?  Would you mind getting a screen shot, sans any password or sensitive stuff so I can make sure the settings are correct?


 



I have this setup at home and from memory, I needed to configure a static route on the DV130. Also the DV130 had to be configured for PPPoE pass-through and not specifically in bridge mode.

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