Maybe because people run into that issue, google it up, find this topic, and don't read my post #4The whole thing is (almost) never due to bugs in switches/bridges, so it's not clear why are we still discussing it in this forum?
Yes, sorry, I don't know where I was looking. I'll go through that again later today.connection-state=!new is missing from this rule, because it already has connection-state=established,related
The very first mangle rule shadows all the subsequent ones, so no connection-mark is ever assigned. I assume connection-state=!new is missing in that rule?Current mangle:
Was it mere ping or the ARP ping as I've suggested (ping 22.214.171.124 arp-ping=yes interface=ether1)?and a ping to 126.96.36.199 returns
2 188.8.131.52 time 982 replay 78 ttl 64 host unreachable
If the reconnection doesn't matter, it's indeed the only harm.
- so my isp's ip stays visible for 5 minutes.
OK. Since the rule assigning the routing mark SSTP is the last one, nothing can rewrite that routing mark.
- I corrected it above. It was a copy paste error.
You can use non-symmetric cryptography to hand over contact information, I've done that successfuly more than once, e.g.: viewtopic.php?t=175289#p857898 .Please advise how to send a private message to a forum user.
Before eventually doing that, I'd prefer to get the answers to my doubts regarding what you actually want to do as stated in post #5.if u want to access my desktop with application "anydesk" ,is it ok for u?
The block diagram shows that this is not possible:would want to switch all ports to sfp to offload the cpu
It means that ingress-filtering is set to yes and frame-types is set to admit-only-vlan-tagged on that port.What meansIf the "bridge" port is in pure trunk mode,
/interface bridge vlan remove [find where vlan-ids=5] /interface bridge vlan set [find where vlan-ids=4] tagged=LAN-Bridge,sfp3,sfp4,sfp5,sfp6