Policy Routing

Policy Routing

Policy Routing
Policy Routing
2024-02-03 14:37:48 - last edited 2024-02-04 11:17:42
Model: ER8411  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.20

Hello,

 

Hardware OC300 + ER8411. I have two WAN 1 + 2 and only have one LAN area and would simply like to always route the area 192.168.1.120 to 192.168.1.130 over a WAN 1(Policy Routing). Is this possible and are there instructions for this? There is an OC300 and an ER8411. I don't want a VLAN or anything like that, I just want to send certain IP addresses in the LAN network via a WAN port.

 

Many Thanks for the Help!

 

Regards

Michael

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Re:Policy Routing
2024-02-04 01:01:24 - last edited 2024-02-04 11:17:42

Hi @mbedv 

Thanks for posting in our business forum.

Use the label and read what's on the forum.

 

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Re:Policy Routing
2024-02-04 06:54:48 - last edited 2024-02-04 07:05:03

Yes, I have already understood policy routing, but how do I directly define an IP address range? From IP like that to IP like that. I only get individual IPs but where a block doesn't work 100% and the device has to be restarted before it is blocked.

and I don't want to create VLANs, just an address range that can only take one WAN.

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Re:Policy Routing
2024-02-04 07:03:02

Where can I delete this entry that I created in this mask?

 

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Re:Policy Routing
2024-02-04 12:18:12
no one can answer that?
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Re:Policy Routing
2024-04-02 21:54:31

  @mbedv yeah they don't really answer questions. I have the same question.

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Re:Policy Routing
2024-04-03 05:27:27 - last edited 2024-04-03 05:29:24

I don't use the tplink stuff anymore. This supposedly professional hardware has too many errors for me and no one cares....I'm back at Draytek, they fulfill my wishes to the fullest satisfaction

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Re:Policy Routing
2024-06-16 05:26:22

  @mbedv   @i3Synergist

Interesting enough question. This should be pretty simple and straight. This is called a group under the PBR. Correct? So the group was created by you and you should go to Group tab to delete them.. I'd say this is intuitive. You have different tabs for different purposes.

I would only recommend you spend some time to get used to a new system. If you are from a better system if you think, at least spend some time on this new system and don't be so empirical.

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