You must add the 192.168.1.1/24 address to ether1-gateway as well, keeping the other IP address it has (or the /ip dhcp-client attached to it) in place.or is there other step(s) that must be taken?
Check my suggestion above - you can set 192.168.8.0/23 as split-include which spans both 192.168.8.0/24 and 192.168.9.0/24.i removed split because android and iOS client only take 1st subnet from split-include. enabling system-dns in mode-config solved it for me. thanks.
0x means that the rest is in hexadecimalWho do you get 0xc0a81301c0a82101 from 192.168.19.1 & 192.168.33.1 ?
A part of this post gives my opinion on this.Should we update those three incrementally? Say update first to 6.20 then to 6.44.5?
I hazily remember this is the case and that it did not take long after we've discussed it here.or RoS evolved enough to tag them correctly
Yes, firmware is not automatically upgraded together with RouterOS. You have to do /system routerboard upgrade, and once it succeeds (it takes less than three seconds), reboot the machine.Is there some other procedure I should be following?
I agree it is bad, but on the other hand what is so complicated about adding protocol=!gre to the action=drop connection-state=invalid rule?6.45.3 has no GRE miss-marking fix. Very Bad...
@emils has explained that in the 6.45.3 topic you've spawned yourself - problems with the release system.One day since 6.45.3 released on download, nothing here on the forum.
Can't remember seeing this behavior before.
No problem:I know it, but I would like download via the command line.