Dear - Peplink,
I have played around with your Max Transit device - i want to use it with Citrix CloudBridge Virtual WAN - SD WAN product
I have created 3 WAN interfaces 1 Ethernet, 2 LTE
I have configured so the devices has a outbound policy with source 192.168.50.10 > Ethernet 192.168.50.11 > Cell 1 192.168.50.12 > Cell 2…
It seems like its working - but in rare occations it mixes up the packages - i transmit an UDP stream outbound … But i have seen some times it sends out data on another interface than the enforce policy says it should send out to (If i etc. just pulls the cable from Ethernet) it should not be able to send any data on the Ethernet interface but i can see that the 192.168.50.10 IP suddenly sends out some packages even though the Ethernet cable is unplugged…
Is there some kind of “backup” configured if a link goes down? If enforced the data should never be able to use the “default” rule.
One of the issues could be that all my 3 IP addresses 192.168.10-12 comes with same MAC address - is or can this be an issue?
What i see is my virtual path ends up with major packet loss on the link between the CloudBridge/Peplink > WAN/CloudBridge.
I never see this if no outbound policy is defined and i only configure 1 interface om my Cloud Bridge.
Really strange - and frustrating - because its really random have done a lot of packet tracing - and monitoring.
I started configuring 3 different VLANS
VLAN 100: 192.168.100.1
VLAN 101: 192.168.101.1
VLAN 102: 192.168.102.1
Source 192.168.100.0/24 > Ethernet
Source 192.168.101.0/24 > Cell 1
Source 192.168.102.0/24 > Cell 2
This configuration was way more unstable than just adding 3 different IP’s untagged to the interface - here i can reproduce it - if i just let the box stay for 5-10 minutes something fixes it by it self and data is transmittet correctly again.