V23 Route dies after Reboot (RIP2)

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by MBChris, Oct 14, 2005.

  1. MBChris

    MBChris Network Guru Member

    Hi, ive an annoying problem with the V23 Versions. Could be I AM the problem but just verified it against V22R2 and can surely reproduce this Problem !

    I want to have a full routed Network with alot of WRTs so i decide to switch in RIP2 routing Mode. For sure in my Testlab first :)

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    WRT1: a simple AP in AP Mode, WAN Side PPPOE enabled (as it is for the INET Connection) local address 192.168.10.200/24 no Gateway.
    Router Mode Gateway, 1 Route defined 192.168.11.0/24 ->192.168.10.201 (WRT2)
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    WRT2:
    WAN-IP 192.168.10.201/24
    GW 192.168.10.200

    LAN-IP:192.168.11.1/24
    GW: 0.0.0.0

    Router Mode RIP2/both interfaces enabled no static route
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    Both WRTs WEP/128 enabled, Firewall disabled, Loopback disabled

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    Now the Problem: My Notebook, wired on LAN-Port of WRT2, IP-Adress 192.168.11.11/24 gateway 192.168.11.1

    Could ping: 192.168.11.1(WRT2-LAN), 192.168.10.201(WRT2-WAN), 192.168.10.200(WRT1-LAN)

    this is just what i want .... but ... when i reboot WRT2 (power cycle or Reboot Router in Administration) i couldn't ping the WRT1 anymore. There is allways a "Destination network not reachable"

    When i went to the "Advanced Routing" Page on WRT2 and just press save (without any routes) the ping is coming back. But that lasts only to the next reboot.

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    exactly the same work with a V22R2 Version is working like a charm.

    Oh, one thing to attach: Some Dokus say there must be a route to the own Network on WRT2 like 192.168.11.0/24 -> 192.168.10.201
    But as i learned, the RIP2 Proto already have this route incorporated. But anyways, i tried this also with no success

    Could someone reproduce this ? or am i just an idiot ?

    Thanks in Advance

    Chris
     
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