That is why proxy-arp exists... So if it works where is the problem ?2. With the proxy-arp it works fine
It has a max power consumption of 6.5 W that the Hex can handle...so that is not the problem...I got a feeling that the issue here is that the POE port doesn't deliver enough power to the AC
Then the CCR must do the Routing...My ultimate goal is to monitor the traffic real-time and apply firewall rules to prevent access to and from specific ip destinations.
Create an address list with these addresses and with the help of firewall time parameter block everyone except that list...The only devices I care about being on are in this list
I don't know your network setup but in general no...Will there be any complications using different model antennas
Then how exactly did you create a Layer 2 Broadcast Domain if you configured no Bridge ?ATTN everybody!
I now have found a solution. Will post it shortly. But it works only if no bridge is configured in RouterOS Could be a ROS bug...
And i' ve seen the packet flow diagram a hundred times... but i missed it... why why ....The queues in RouterOS only limit egress traffic
Ok my mistake...That's the whole point - the line is not 50/50 symmetric
Yes i know, am asking in general, how do we make the choice of an interface to be the upload or download one...We did not choose an interface but global - that's not an interface
I reproduced it as well and it gave me the expected result...I have just reproduced the error again. i will post details in a moment please bear with me. i am not going insane after all
No it does not solve the issue...why does creating a bogus default route on the main routing table otherwise solve my issue?
It is 2402-2407-2412 ...etc...2404-2408-2412-2417-2422 for C
/ip address add address=192.168.2.1/24 comment=defconf interface=bridge network=\ 192.168.2.0
I can confirm that as well...And double click on an input field does not select the text.I guess most of you have already noticed that <TAB> key does not move focus from one input field to another.
How sure are you of that command ?/system interface
If you did let the DHCP-Client on the slave interface (wlan) obviously it did...the dhcp client went red
Wrong is only something that makes our configuration not to work ?I've never found any issue to be actually fixed by moving the IP settings from the slave port to the bridge.
Did you click the Link i posted ? That answer is from Mikrotik Support member...I'll remove fasttrack from the input chain when I see a verification in an official MT document.
Exactly, i did not go any further, i stopped when i saw that rule...This is just the beginning, not the end
Why are they ON? And why temporarily?IM posts are temporarily ON,,,,,, just click on the users name on the left hand margin to send message
Nice to clarify that @mkx...As others mentioned, switch shouldn't be doing that.
A multi Layer switch is just a Switch with Layer 3 capabilities...Yes, Multi-layer-switches can route at wire speed - MLS ....
I am not sure why this was the problem, switch1-cpu just gives access to CPU, needed or not i don't see why it caused a problem...I removed switch1-cpu from switch vlan and everything is working as expected.
Blocking others from doing what ?Blocking other based on dynamic address list
There are hundreds of reasons why a port could go Down/Up or a Router Reboots...I also faced this issue. Maybe last messages of the following post can help you.
Route at wire speed on the Switch ?If you want to route at wire speed on the switch YOU will need to look at other brands.
Well, exactly, if you are not sure of the Bandwidth the ISP gave you at the moment you can't blame the queues...One obvious cause may be that we do not get the 1 Gbps from our provider
Did they actually needed more Bandwidth and they could not have it ?During these periods the other groups have less than 330 Mbps.
Those problems are caused when there is no communication with the CPU, thats why we add the Bridge as Tagged member...The problem I see is why I CAPS master is unable to get an IP from the DCHP
Not you, not them, so who has access ?I have no access to the ISP modem, and neither does their useless tech support.
Why isn't your trunk post added in the tagged ports? bridge-oam,yourTrunkPort/interface bridge vlan
add bridge=bridge-oam tagged=bridge-oam untagged=KKHOME_VLAN_100 vlan-ids=100
Then sorry but you don't know what double NAT is...I don’t see this condition in my setup.
This is a Modem/Router....Cable modem is a Technicolor TC4400-AM
About 2 months ago that i made a lab for recursive routes and failover, as far as i remember the recursive routes were recalculated... version was 6.4x.y something...recursive routes are not recalculated (or something) and all traffic still goes via another uplink
You can already find and purchase this product...Mikrotik are supposed to be bringing out a Netpower 16P
Ok that makes it clear to me now...this requirement is relevant for the bridges on the active network path between the two devices running LACP
Where are you from? if i may ask...Ναί
You mean disable RSTP on the Bridge ?on the radios, protocol-mode on the bridge between the Ethernet port and the wireless one must be set to none
There is no network equipment without vulnerabilities from any Vendor...something that MikroTik, with its RouterOS firmware, seems not to do too well.