Access Mikrotik Devices Without Public Ip Without Nat
In this lesson you will learn how to use romon to access many mikrotik devices (routers, switches) with one click and no need for public ips or port forwardi. Maybe easier for start is just setup sxtr without bridge, means ether1 as power mgmt but ether2 as passthrough interface itself. drayter or whatever device should not have any ip like 192.168.88.x at all, draytek at wan2 port should have only dhcp client running and receive internet directly from lte1 interface at sxtr. 1. do not use port forward but use cloud if is supported by your nvr (maybe you will have problems if both routers make nat) 2. change external port: for 1st you have user public port 1234 and private 1234, for 2nd use public 1233 and private 1234 and 3rd use public 1232 and private 1234! easy way!. [[email protected]] ip route> ping 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.1 ping timeout 2 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100% packet loss [[email protected]] ip firewall nat> service port print flags: x disabled, i invalid # name ports 0 ftp 21 1 tftp 69 2 irc 6667 3 h323 4 sip 5 pptp [[email protected]] ip firewall nat>. The idea is to safe energy and devices. i'm currently using a switch between the 'master' on the ground floor and the mikrotik in the basefloor, because i need the same subnet in the basement too. if possible i'd like to remove that switch and do the 'switching' with the mikrotik (i'm currently not using ethernet port 2 5 due to the nat).
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Romon. enable on both uhg and router and you should be able to use "connect to romon" in winbox to the router and it will then find uhg. or you could just leave uhg as, say, 10.10.0.1 and customers router as 192.168.88.1 and just let them double nat, i'm yet to find any issue with my internet and i'm sitting behind a hex s load balancing (pcc) 2 lhgs, double nat. Wap lte kit (bridge mode) > ethernet > (wan eth1 with ip from isp) rb750gr3 (nat) > computer (with winbox, connected to wap lte kit management panel) i successfully enabled bridge mode in wap kit, but then im loosing access to winbox service on device behind wan (wap lte kit). Nat rules are typically used for port forwarding (dst nat) and assigning public ips to private ips before heading outbound (src nat), however in mt speak they can be used for a variety of different situations. ip routes are used to determine the outbound path of packets. here is my minimalist but safe setup.
Access Mikrotik Devices Without Public Ip, Without Nat, Easy Way Using Romon [solved]