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The Brothers WISP 137 – Local Proxy ARP, Carrier Ethernet Drop, GPEN21 CPE

Published on June 6, 2021, by in Mikrotik, Networking, Ubiquiti.

This week we have Greg and Nick A. catching up after skipping an episode…did anyone notice?

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This week we talk about:
L2 isolation addition – Mikrotik introduced Local Proxy Arp – MTK responds to all ARP requests on an interface.
Using a switch to connect border/core services – eases transition, can be complicated with direct BGP peer flaps.
UBNT 60LR? Carrier Ethernet Drop
Cisco EEM for flapping a port
AutoIT for scripting
GPEN21 as FTTH CPE
OEO kit
FS switches for FTTH project

Here’s the video:(if you don’t see it, hit refresh)

One Response

  1. yann

    Hi Greg
    The proxy ARP function is useful with none LAN aware interfaces e.g. ppp
    If you enable proxy-arp on the router’s interface, on which the ppp connection is active, then the router will respond with its own MAC address to ARP requests for the ppp interface’s IP address
    Hope that makes sense; had to reread it and adjust it several times :][
    regards
    yann

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