Configure the correct Unit name and Radio/Ethernet IP
Fig. 6.2: RipEX4-Remote ETH Alias/Subnet configuration
Click on the “Add Subnet” button to add the alias IP. Fill in the
172.20.20.5/30 and click on the “OK” button.
Fig. 6.3: RipEX4-Remote routing rules
There is only one routing rule – 192.168.131.0/24 is routed to the
RipEX2-Remote Radio IP address. There is no GRE tunnel used. Data for
192.168.131.16/32 server will be encapsulated on RipEX2-Remote unit and
routed via GRE tunnel over the Ethernet.
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