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Hello,

I am new to routing and  I am trying to setup ospf on my three mikrotik routers.

I am using 10.71.10.0/30 but I can't find the route but it shows up in the winbox screen.

admin@ Grain Leg] > ip route print
Flags: X - disabled, A - active, D - dynamic,
C - connect, S - static, r - rip, b - bgp, o - ospf, m - mme,
B - blackhole, U - unreachable, P - prohibit
 #      DST-ADDRESS        PREF-SRC        GATEWAY            DISTANCE
 0 A S  0.0.0.0/0                          ether1                    1
 1 ADC  10.10.0.0/23       10.10.1.0       ether2                    0
 2 ADC  172.16.10.0/24     172.16.10.0     ether2                    0
 3 ADC  172.16.100.0/24    172.16.100.0    ether2                    0
 4 ADC  192.168.1.0/24     192.168.1.0     ether2                    0
 5 ADC  192.168.10.0/24    192.168.10.0    ether2                    0
Please help me configure the route on the 3 routers.
Thanks
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by:Craig Beck
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I'm not sure I understand completely.  Do you mean you are using 10.71.10.0/30 on one of your interfaces?

Can you show the IP addresses on your router, using the ip address print command?
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[admin@ Office] > ip address print
Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid, D - dynamic
 #   ADDRESS            NETWORK         INTERFACE                              
 0   ;;; Backbone Ip addresses for mgmt.
     10.71.10.2/30      10.71.10.0      ether2                                
 1   ;;; CPE mgmt  Ip Addresses for the Ubiquity network
     192.168.1.0/24     192.168.1.0     ether2                                
 2   ;;; Ubiquity mgmt ip addresses for the Ap's
     192.168.10.0/24    192.168.10.0    ether2                                
 3   ;;; Customer Ip adresses for the internet
     10.10.1.0/24       10.10.1.0       ether5                                
 4   ;;; Mgmt Ip addresses for Motorola Ap's
     172.16.10.0/24     172.16.10.0     ether2                                
 5   ;;; Customer mgmt ip addresses for the Motorola network.
     172.16.100.0/24    172.16.100.0    ether2                                
 6 D 192.168.1.30/24    192.168.1.0     ether1      

The 10.71.10.0/30 ip schema is used for the ospf between the 3 routers. This screen shot is of the router in the office that connects to the internet provider. I will call it router A.

Foxfire router is Router B, connects foxfire 3 ap's to foxfire router(B) then transports it over microwave to office.
[admin@Foxfire Router] > ip address print
Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid, D - dynamic
 #   ADDRESS            NETWORK         INTERFACE                              
 0   ;;; Customer Mgmt Ip(CPE) 3650mhz
     192.168.1.1/24     192.168.1.0     ether7                                
 1   ;;; MGMT Ip for AP 3650Mhz
     192.168.10.1/24    192.168.10.0    ether8                                
 2   ;;; Motorala MGMT 900 Mhz AP
     172.16.10.1/24     172.16.10.0     ether9                                
 3   ;;; Motorola MGMT Ip  addresses CPE 900MHZ
     172.16.100.1/24    172.16.100.0    ether9                                
 4   10.71.10.2/30      10.71.10.0      Ether1 / Foxfire side MW Red1

The next hop over microwave for Router C(Grain Leg);

[admin@ Grain Leg] > ip address print
Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid, D - dynamic
 #   ADDRESS            NETWORK         INTERFACE                              
 0   ;;; Customer mgmt Ip addresses
     192.168.1.0/24     192.168.1.0     ether2                                
 1   ;;; Mgmt Ip addresses for Ap's
     192.168.10.0/24    192.168.10.0    ether2                                
 2   ;;; Motorola Ap mgmt ip addresses
     172.16.10.0/24     172.16.10.0     ether2                                
 3   ;;; Motorola  CPE  ip addresses
     172.16.100.0/24    172.16.100.0    ether2                                
 4   ;;; Customer ip addresses
     10.10.1.0/23       10.10.0.0       ether2

The ip schema can for the ospf mgmt. 10.71.1.0/30. I would like to do a loopback in the ospf network.

Please let me know what other questions you have.
Thanks for  your help.
I am confused on the ip address to get to the internet to go all the way thru the network  from router a, b, and c.
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by:Craig Beck
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[admin@ Office] > ip address print
Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid, D - dynamic
 #   ADDRESS            NETWORK         INTERFACE                              
 0   ;;; Backbone Ip addresses for mgmt.
     10.71.10.2/30      10.71.10.0      ether2
That is the same as Foxfire router IP #4 so it won't work.

Do you have a diagram of how they're connected, with IP addresses displayed on each interface between the routers?
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by:djcharipar
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ISP Has 3 pools of public ips
RouterA:
Wan/Ether1 Dhcp from isp
Ether 2-Canopy network
Ether 3 – Foxfire router
Ether 4-Spare port
Ether 5- Mgmt pc connected to port
Wlan1- Connect to network

Router B- Foxfire
Ether 1-Microwave Red1
Ether2—Spare Microwave port Red 2
Etherr3-Green1 West Ap
Ether 4-Blue1Ap North
Ether5-Blue2 AP South
Ether6-Green2 Microwave
Ether7-
Ether8-
Ether9-

Router C
Ether1- Wan
Ether2-Ap red
Ether3- Ap White
Ether4- Ap Blue
Ether5- Spare mgmt.
Wlan 1- Mgmt

Ip pools
172.16.10.0/24 Canopy mgmt
172.16.100.0/24 Canopy Subs
192.168.1.0/24 Ubiquity Ap’s
192.168.10.0/24 Ubiquity CPE’s
10.10.1.0/24 for customers to access the internet.
10.71.10.0/30 Backbone

Note this is a brand new network setup so the interfaces and backbone ips can change.
I just need to get from router c  to router b to router a to the internet to supply customers with internet.
I had problems coping the map to the text box.
Thanks
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Craig Beck earned 2000 total points
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Ok, I can see a link from router A to router B, but not from router B to router A??

Which network/subnet are you planning to put the APs on?  If they're connected to dedicated ports you'll either have to give them dedicated /30 addresses, or bridge the interfaces on the router to put them all on the same /28 or /29 for example.
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Thanks
Everyone for your input
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