Most likely problem is on ISP side.My mistake.. XVO any suggestions for the actual problem instead of correcting me for somerhing obviously i didnt see?
That is a response from 192.168.0.1 about the 126.96.36.199No its not ok... you ping your ISPs lan IP which is 192.168.0.1 and you get network unreachable...
You are confusing CSS326 and CRS326.No..! According to the manual the max power consumption is 24W...Any reason why you would advice against powering them wih PoE? By the way, they max at 19W, not 24W.
Yes, that's correct.I guess that in my case it is: physical interfaces -> bonding -> bridge -> vlan(-s) on top of bridge
GPER needs PoE to work, so it won’t help.Maybe your cable is bigger than 80-90m?
If yes you could use this https://mikrotik.com/product/gper#fndtn-downloads
It's not: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=148488&sid=e509cbae ... ad#p751638Nobody here knows if the 2nd 5GHz is locked down
Based on access list entries.How the heck will the router or AP know which three vlans to assign incoming untagged traffic too..... Its a mystery to me so please enlighten me.
That is totally untrue.The issue or limitation is that the radio set cannot assign two different PVIDs to incoming wifi traffic and thus can handle one VLAN only.
Try to add ones that definitely work, from google (already posted by @romihg) or cloudflare:but I already have some dynamic DNS servers in ip->DNS
so DNS should work
Thanks for your help man. All sorted now.
Switch1 → hAP wan → hAP Lan1 → switch2 → rest of network
I also managed to organize Google/Bing/Duckduckgo safesearch (to block inappropriate image searches) and used OpenDNS for further restrictions.
But it has two ethernet ports, so PWR-LINE-PRO can be used.There won't be one. Audience hasn't got USB port (at least I didn't see it mentioned), so you'll have to use generic PowerLine2ethernet devices.
And it doesn't look like having 16G and 1-2SFP+ in CRS112 size is something impossible either.Would be nice if CRS112 was half rack width with option to join 2 together to make 16 port full width.
Passthrough=yes is the default setting.It does not matter if I set it to passthrough :/
Also in Wiki there are not passthrough enabled..
As I said it works on hAP-lite just not hAP-AC2.
Have you tried it on hAP-AC2.. has anyone?
You are welcome!Good to know, now I can add the other vlans I have been planning;
Forget the Ghost Busters, call XVO!!
That's right and 188.8.131.52 is the right remote-address for 6to4/interface 6to4
add disabled=no !keepalive local-address=184.108.40.206 name=6to4-tunnel1 remote-address=220.127.116.11
local-address = wan IP remote-address = address of the tunnel end
/system logging add action=remote topics=firewall
I think any switch will do ok, but my point was to eliminate the need of additional switch at all, combing it's functionality with AP.any switch working like that to suggest to me for home applications?
Thanks a lot.
By the way, if anyone noticed, CRS332-32S+RM has now became CRS326-24S+2Q+RMCRS354-48G-4S+2Q+
Will be these ever released ?
You shouldn't use a backup file on the hardware of different type from the one it was created on.hello
I search the method for migrate my CCR1009 to my new CCR1036.
The combo port is not present in the CCR1036.
Should i modify manually the backup file before "import" ?
Thank for your advice.
What's new in 6.43.4 (2018-Oct-17 06:37):
Changes in this release:
*) ipsec - allow multiple peers to the same address with different local-address (introduced in v6.43);
I'm almost sure something like this is to be released in a foreseeable future.Ideally to have 4 x SFP+ and 10 1 GbE ports!. so if down stream switches can get 10 Gbps speeds.
Not that it really matters, but 2x10G + 2x10G + 10x2,5G = 65GSuch ports config would place it between CCR1036 and CCR1072 (or actually above CCR1072 because it'd give 85G theoretical throughput)The sweet spot would be 2x SFP+, 2x 10GBase-T, 10x 2.5GBase-T.
That won't work.You can use Time under access list rule, never tried it, but should work.