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Does the R7000 have a firewall? Because all packets with static route are getting dropped.

lolcocks
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Does the R7000 have a firewall? Because all packets with static route are getting dropped.

Hello,

 

I have two routers. On the first router (R6400 with DD-WRT), I am using a static route to reach the R7000 (Default NETGEAR OS).

But I cannot reach it.

 

When I ping it, I get a message saying "new nexthop (10.0.0.3)" which is my R7000 but after that message, none of the packets go though. They all get dropped over there.

 

Any suggestions?

Model: R7000|AC1900 Smart WIFI Router
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antinode
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Re: Does the R7000 have a firewall? Because all packets with static route are getting dropped.

> Any suggestions?

 

   What happened to this?:

 

> Thank you but the problem has been solved.
>
> All I had to do was use Static Routing.

 

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/x/m-p/1824807


> I have two routers. [...]

 

   The non-psychics in your audience may not be able to see how either
router is configured, including any static routes which you may have
specified.  Or what your "my ISP's modem" might be.

 

   LAN IP address of each router?  WAN/Internet IP address of each
router?  Routes?  Old pending questions from the earlier thread?  Any
useful information at all?


> When I ping it, [...] none of the packets go though.

 

> "access" from where?

 

   Change that to "ping it" from where?".

 

>    "can not" is not a useful problem description.  It does not say what
> you did.  It does not say what happened when you did it.  As usual,
> showing actual actions (commands) with their actual results (error
> messages, LED indicators, ...) can be more helpful than vague
> descriptions or interpretations.

 

   Which part of "actual results (error messages[...]" was unclear?
Copy+paste is your friend.

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lolcocks
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Re: Does the R7000 have a firewall? Because all packets with static route are getting dropped.



@antinode wrote:

> Any suggestions?

 

   What happened to this?:

 

> Thank you but the problem has been solved.
>
> All I had to do was use Static Routing.

 

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/x/m-p/1824807


> I have two routers. [...]

 

   The non-psychics in your audience may not be able to see how either
router is configured, including any static routes which you may have
specified.  Or what your "my ISP's modem" might be.

 

   LAN IP address of each router?  WAN/Internet IP address of each
router?  Routes?  Old pending questions from the earlier thread?  Any
useful information at all?


> When I ping it, [...] none of the packets go though.

 

> "access" from where?

 

   Change that to "ping it" from where?".

 

>    "can not" is not a useful problem description.  It does not say what
> you did.  It does not say what happened when you did it.  As usual,
> showing actual actions (commands) with their actual results (error
> messages, LED indicators, ...) can be more helpful than vague
> descriptions or interpretations.

 

   Which part of "actual results (error messages[...]" was unclear?
Copy+paste is your friend.


 

Thanks.

I made another thread because this one I give incorrect and incomplete information:

https://community.netgear.com/t5/Nighthawk-WiFi-Routers/R7000-dropping-all-static-route-packets/m-p/...

 

Updating it with more information now.

 

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