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Topic # 142657 19-Mar-2014 22:22
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Anyone help out with a bit of info re mangles in mikrotik

Basically I have 2 WANs 1 static 1 dhcp (although moving to pppoe when I've got this sorted)

I can disable wan 1 and traffic flows out wan 2 however was playing around with load balancing mangle but have the following issue.

Can resolve DNS and get back 3 pings then nothing for 3 and on it goes.

I understand it's difficult without seeing the script but maybe you've seen something similar?

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  Reply # 1009420 19-Mar-2014 22:22
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  Reply # 1009421 19-Mar-2014 22:22
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Helium

I win.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1009423 19-Mar-2014 22:24
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Maybe it's short for ' Help ' or ' Hell '

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  Reply # 1009424 19-Mar-2014 22:25
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johnr: Maybe it's short for ' Help ' or ' Hell '


He cant edit or delete so lol.
Must be a mistake.

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  Reply # 1009427 19-Mar-2014 22:27
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Maybe it was "Help me disarm this bomb!!" Didn't get far though. Should have been the green wire. 
Anyway, condolences to your family whatever happened.



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That's what happens when posting on an iPad mini!

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  Reply # 1009465 19-Mar-2014 23:32
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A good example is: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:PCC

An internal network with 2 WAN interfaces.. load balances between them.









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  Reply # 1009766 20-Mar-2014 12:07
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LennonNZ: A good example is: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:PCC

An internal network with 2 WAN interfaces.. load balances between them.




yep that's the one i've most recently used - I have managed to get it working with a PPPoE connection the issue seemed to be that it wouldn't route out of the DHCP client on ether4 - now that i've changed to PPPoE all is good.

Cheers,





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