Yes!User is probably referring to the incomplete breadcumb in the page header.
Not a button, but a link to the current forum section is missing and maybe a link to the current topic as well.
As I thought. In order to vlan interface goes down the bound ethernet interface(or interfaces) has to go down first.I do not use interface name as a gateway, but using next hop ip as gateway,
IP addresses are configured on interface vlan,
noneOn a bridge port that has 40+ Vlan's on a single interface, what is the recommended mode setting
(1) mode = none
(2) mode = rstp
Well, I think every ISP well know private networks of their users, don't they? )don't listen to noobs, you no need add public ip to nat rule.
you need add firewall rule:
dst.address=your internal ip
dst.port=your internal port
Oh, true. Sorry You can try to do this here in regedit:The SSID is for wireless network, not for cable network
Will try Thanks!Create a queue tree with parent set to the VPLS interface with the limit you want, matching packets with "no-mark". You will need to do this on the routers on both ends of the tunnel, because it does this limit only on egress traffic.
Then your NAT rule works correctly. Troubleshoot the server side.It still doesn't work but I see the packet count increase when I try to connect to the port.
The optimal value is the MTU of the interface the tunnel is working over reduced by 20 (so, for 1500-byte Ethernet link, set the MTU to 1480 to avoid fragmentation of packets)
+1You just pasted 1000 lines of log file ? Who is going to read that ?
Instead you can share your L2TP server configuration by exporting your config with hide-sensitive...
There is no need to be rude.Yes, posting stupid screenshots instead of config. exports.is there anything from the attached screenshots I'm doing wrong.
Depends on vendor. Pretty normal.from the core router /interface bridge host print I notice there is some enteries with Age in excess of 1 min, is this normal
Interface - Bridge ageing-time (time; Default: 00:05:00) - How long a host's information will be kept in the bridge database.
Hey. It's long-term or stable ver? Try degrade to long-term.This info on the core logs only appeared when I updated almost all the network to 6.45.7 + Interface port Isolation + Bridge port PVID "Ingress filtering" "admit only VLAN tagged"
Hey. Just add static routes to them over IPSec to endpoint nexthops.I don't have routes for the remote server local subnet(s).
How can I do that?
It is just will be without vlan id at all with all other fields.There is no zero id in standart.
Not an actual VLAN 0, no. But a dot1q frame header with 0 as the VLAN ID is perfectly valid; it just means a priority-tagged frame without a VLAN ID.
Only with vlan isolation i believe:So most CCR's don't have a switch chip?
how is port isolation achieved!
Use IPv6 dns servers in IP - DNS settings and distribute IPv6 prefixes to your clients via SLAAC solicitation.I have issue with IPv6 in DHCP and PPPoE, Im not able to get gateway and DNS for clients.
May i Know how it will be come on PPPoE and DHCP.
Yes, you can resolved domain names, but the original poster is asking about allowing a specific path on that domain (a URL). This will not work. RouterOS can't do that.
I think he meant blocking Internet browsing pretty clearly.i want to block all internet browsing except to that one site
Hmmm... What public IP do you got from your ipv4 ISP?After some time static Router going unreachable ... so ipv6 down no wan ping no lan ping ... from world ... have to reboot router to make it alive again ...
Try to test your wired connection. Then wireless.Oh ya, forgot to mention this happened on both dynamic and static client
Looks like this emulator is broken. You have to have an option to add any static address here. Try another router with ipv6 support just for test.There is no such option https://emulator.tp-link.com/Archer_C7/Index.htm (hardware version v1) and tplink 940v3 such interface and 840n
It's not about filter per neighbor, it's about filtering subnets in LSA in inbound direction.I don't believe it's possible (Mikrotik or not) to implement filters per neighbor in OSPF...
Use BGP. That's one way to solve your issues.
Okay. You mean 100 mb/sec upload and 20 mb/sec download? 100 from you to Internet and 20 from Internet to customers?Every red line = 1000MF. LACP = 4Gb/s. ISP 100 Mb/s upload and 20Mb/s send.
I 'm using UTP5e.
Also, specify outbound interface to understand what you are doing.This is what I tried:But this does not seem to work. Is this the right way to accomplish this? How do I test this?
/ip firewall nat add action=src-nat chain=srcnat dst-address=172.21.0.0/24 to-addresses=172.21.2.33
Nice suggestion.Can confirm this behavior. I would go a bit further and ask for the out filter to be required when configuring a new peer.
or just firewall drop rule(s)I ended up just making a routing rule that drops between both networks.
Seems to me the cleanest way to do this.
This is abnormal behavior. I'll wait for a fix for this.Try uninstall additional packages, then update. After update install packages.Hey. What about low capacity of space in hAP lite? Watever I did, it says not enough space. Every time.
You need only one loopback address. You might need second one for second ospf process, but in correct network design you don't need second one.To have two loopback addresses on a router (ospf + mpls) or will the ospf loopback do for mpls?
I don't get why you think hEX won't handle it.Nope, Gr3 won't do. Since you want ot balance, you'll need to skip FastTrack. Without it gr3 won't be able to cope with bandwidth.
You need more power. 4011 will do for example