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TheHox

join:2012-05-31
reply to TheHox

Re: RDP problem behind MT routers

Ok I think I may have something else screwy here...

Backing things up a bit, I have 2 MT routers linked up via a UBNT PTP link..

Upstream comes in to router1
router1 ether1 dchp 192.168.20.0/24
UBNT AP is 192.168.20.20
UBNT Client is 192.168.20.25
Router2 WAN is 192.168.20.150

Router2 has a DCHP server to its clients on ether1-5, 192.168.88.0/24
and another dchp server on ether 6-9 which is 192.168.80.0/24

So trying to test some things, I do some pings..

from router2, I ping router1 @ 192.168.20.1, pings fine.
from router1, I ping router2 @ 192.168.20.150, timeout
from router1, I ping router2 @ 192.168.88.1, and I get this:

[admin@MikroTik] > ping 192.168.88.1
HOST SIZE TTL TIME STATUS
192.168.20.25 84 64 2ms redirect host
192.168.20.1 84 64 4ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 42ms redirect host
192.168.20.1 84 64 47ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 123ms redirect host
192.168.20.1 84 64 137ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 162ms TTL exceeded
192.168.20.1 84 64 2ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 4ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 156ms TTL exceeded
192.168.20.25 84 64 4ms redirect host
192.168.20.1 84 64 6ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 145ms TTL exceeded
192.168.20.1 84 64 1ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 4ms redirect host
192.168.20.25 84 64 142ms TTL exceeded
sent=4 received=0 packet-loss=100%