janisk wrote:2) why the current default of unicast is not good enough, also, NTP server on the RouterOS defaults to unicast mode and additional modes (broadcast, multicast and manycast) can be enabled in addition to unicast. So now the only thing that you have to do is to set up ntp-client to get the time, enable ntp-server and point other ntp clients to your RouterOS router.
/system ntp client
set enabled=no mode=broadcast primary-ntp=172.17.2.4 secondary-ntp=0.0.0.0
jt2048 wrote:Ok, what's with the version numbers? My system reports 5.4 yet I don't have a compact argument to export. Is the a doc somewhere that talks to version trees and the like?
/interface wireless security-profiles
set [ find default=yes ] group-ciphers="" unicast-ciphers=""
add disabled=no interface=all
sergejs wrote:maxstel, perhaps one of the pre-release 5.16 version was installed on your router.
Install MikroTik RouterOS 5.17 on both routers and address=0.0.0.0/0 and tls options are available there.
janisk wrote:no interface named 012-eoip-tunne exist when neighbour discovery entries are executed?
janisk wrote:update to latest RouterOS i did export compact on 5.18 and there interface creation is before ip settings.
nosovk wrote:first line of export compact is
# jan/12/1970 14:40:51 by RouterOS 6.1
can you add some flag to turn off timestamp in it
nosovk wrote:(and really say - there is the same prblem with binarry backup... Or there is more than just config in it?)
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