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Mikrotik RouterOS and Vyatta EoIP Tunnel

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Hi,

I have a specific routing question for Vyatta and Mikrotik RouterOS experts.

I have many servers in 2 datacenters:
DATACENTER 1:
Vyatta Core 6.1
16 public IP addresses, provided by datacenter host, all 16 IP configured on eth0 adapter of Vyatta Core
Servers are behind NAT, with multiple 1-to-1 port mapping for each web service

DATACENTER 2:
Mikrotik RB1100AHx2
3 x class-C public IP ranges + 1 x routing segment /30
The routing segment is:
1.1.1.46/30 on my RouterOS side
1.1.1.45/30 on my ISP provider's side
All other C-Class segments are then configured on my Mikrotik RouterOS and are used without NAT locally.

What I want to do?
In DC-2 I don't have a lot of room, and main servers are in DC-1, so I would like to use
IP addresses from DC-2 on servers in DC-1 location.

As far as I know, this can be established by using Ethernet-over-IP Tunnel, but I have tried and failed. Actually, I am lost in configurations on both sides, what I need to configure exactly to connect that EoIP Tunnel and to use IP addresses from DC2 in DC1 servers.

Some instructions would be appreciated.
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From memory, the EoIP is a Mikrotik not-quite-standard protocol, and I'm not sure if Vyatta supports it at all:
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Interface/EoIP

Tamas
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