/interface bridge filter add action=drop chain=forward dst-mac-address=01:80:C2:00:00:00/FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
Kids control.I think that does not fit within the design philosophy of RouterOS (where you get low-level tools rather than high-level blocks that perform a complex task).
Does not work. There is just some text file Gimme HL3 or I'll report ya!i hope not like this
https://fawove.com/half-life-3-announce ... ease-date/
DO NOT DO THIS!Get Groove 52 ac
And I shall be your messiah!So there's still hope that the unicorn status v7 has will be changed to something not as mythical.
good thinking. It is sad that there is no developer assigned to focus on TheDude. The idea of this system is wonderful, but lack of development unfortunately creates significant obstacles for serious use.... writing a Python script that remote controls chrome that then cycles through WebFig ...
Is that v7 announcement? Hurray!Yes, it is kernel level and is very hard to fix, since RouterOS v6 has an older kernel version and we can't just change the kernel.
Wanna hear a secret? In my beginning, I once set up GRE (exactly same config as EoIP) just so I could get the advantage of automatic IPsec setup.However looking at the complexity of most other IPSEC setups is only an incentive to forget the whole idea.
/export hide-sensitive file=somename
I never said that.psst no it doesnt, dst-nat occurs in the pre-routing chain (not post routing)!ps: same applies for dst-nat - it occurs exactly at the place, where the relevant block is located in the diagram. What a surprise, right?
Ohh! now it makes way more sense! thanks heaps for this clarification! you really deserve cookies (or internetz or kudos or whatever currency you like)!I think maybe I didn't state this entirely clearly.
vsThere was a version 6.42.5
It is confirmed that this was another case of hacked router due to a insecure firewall configuration in combination with old RouterOS version
/interface ethernet export or /interface ethernet poe export