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back to http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/Sasecurity {{{ Thanks for your help. I set the box to ‘Lock to Gateway’ and bingo everything works. However, the box (DN01) was set to ‘Any’ and it was working perfectly. So far being behind a NAT does not seem to be an issue as I have always had set “Gateway NAT workaround”. Say I have a repeater that is at the end of a 5 hop mesh and I set “Lock to Gateway” where the Gateway is 5 hops away. Does the signal beam directly to the Gateway or does it utilize the other repeaters and create a mesh as it is designed to do.

Set "Lock to Gateway" to your gateway node on DN01,DN02. Also looks like your gateway is behind a NAT, try "Gateway NAT workaround" setting on GW. I didn't get VoIP to work until we put our GW on a public IP.


I have been having issues with my VOIP setup on one of my 2 Downlink Nodes. The VOIP phone connects and registers on my Gateway Node (GN) and my first Downlink Node (DN01), however I can’t register on my second Downlink Node (DN02). My setup is as follows:


Gateway Node (GN)

Box function: Always Gateway

Cross mesh routing: StandardIA

Gateway use DHCP dns: No

Daisy chain gateway's dns: Yes

static eth addr: 192.168.1.5

static eth netmask: 255.255.255.0

static eth gateway: 192.168.1.1

static eth dns: 192.168.1.1

Wired local 192.168.: 1.5


My Gateway node is a wired connection from my router and has been given a static address as outlined above.


DN01

Box function: Auto Detect

Cross mesh routing: Standard IA

Gateway use DHCP dns: No

Daisy chain gateway's dns: Yes

static eth addr:

static eth netmask:

static eth gateway:

static eth dns:

Wired local 192.168.: 2.5

Lock to gateway: Any


At the moment DN01 has no wired clients and works very well with the VOIP phone.


DN02

Box function: Auto Detect

Cross mesh routing: Standard IA

Gateway use DHCP dns: No

Daisy chain gateway's dns: Yes

static eth addr:

static eth netmask:

static eth gateway:

static eth dns:

Wired local 192.168.: 3.5

Lock to gateway: Any


The only difference between DN01 and DN02 is the wired local client field. As with DN01, DN02 does not have any wired clients.


Can anyone see an obvious problem with the configuration of DN02. I have tried everything to connect to client DN02 with the VOIP phone without any luck. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the SIP proxy. All boxes are running on build 25dev87 and all have been working with the internet and email. }}}




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Ok here goes, this can get complicated if you think about it the wrong way.

To start with configure node A to use the preferred gateway at node D, you will find this on the WiaNa settings. This will ensure that all traffic on node A uses Node D for its Internet traffic. Then set, in WiaNa again, the 2nd preferred gateway to node B. Next you need to set the following, again in wiana Disabled failed upstream, which is in the extra features menu

Then in Custom local test host: you need to put an ip address in one that is part of your isp but before the internet. For example do a Tracert in cmd promt for www.bbc.co.uk then you will see a list of ipaddresses. I use tiscali, so …. I picked an ip address that was still part of the tiscali network, there for it must be a RouTer or a firewall, or something else belonging to tiscali. Input this number into the field.

Then if your ISP fails or your connection to it fails the MeshAP will not be able to ping it and turn itself into a RepeaTer. So in your scenario node A is using node D for its internet traffic. Node D is checking that it can see your ISP router, the ISP router goes down or there is a lockup on your local router. Node D can not see the ip address any more so it changes to a RepeaterNode.

Node A then sees that node D is no longer a GateWayNotes and decides to go to its 2nd preferred gateway and once again internet is re-established. Be ware though – the node D will not revert back into a gateway unless it is rebooted and can pick up an ip address!


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I have 5 nodes, A, B, C, D and E. I have 2 backhaul routes. One is ADSL the other is SateLlite. Node B is one hub with ADSL connected and D is the other with Satellite. I want all users traffic on A to go through the satellite which is on D. A can only see D "through" B. Will the traffic be routed correctly or will it take the shortest route i.e. using B's ADSL backhaul? Of course if the satellite should go down, I want the traffic to go through B's ADSL backhaul route.

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