Then it is not a ROAS :)I use ROAS where the gigabit ports are used for gigabit devices and the SFP+ is connected to a 10G switch for only 10G devices.
What is wrong with hAP ac's switching performance, so "regular" switch should be somehow better?Why are you using a hap AC to connect your plex server. Use a regular network L2 switch for better performance?
Virtual interfaces can't work on different channels than its masters, so I meant additional cheap 2.4Ghz AP(s).I should use virtual network or cheap wifi ap only for domotic stuff?
You can create a separate wifi 2.4 network working on different channels than your main network.I need a system that can handle
If I'm not mistaken, there is only one 1G port left unused on the switch-chip, so theoretically it could be RB5010 if not the width limitations, but still not RB5011.That means there could be a 10 port version to properly replace the RB4011.
That is not really a question here - the question is why 4011 "test results" in the video are not anywhere near what the official 4011 product page/brochure always stated.I suspect that the 5009 results could actually be underestimated.
That is just marketing, nothing personal :)The routing performance increase compared to RB4011, as indicated in RB5009 propaganda, is not true.
Adding a second 10G interface will cannibalise the sales of CCR2004, so I believe "single 10G port for non-CCR routers" policy is intentional.They can easily add an additional SFP+ with the Marvell 88F8125.
This would obviously cost a bit more and require a larger footprint.
And yes - it is L2 (soon to be L3) 10G switch with 80G throughput and an 1G router in one device, and it's not advertised as anything more than that.if you're right and it's actually a 1G router falsely advertised as 10G with 80G throughput
Balance-rr can't be hw-offloaded, so it is procesed by switch's CPU - hence the bottleneck.The bond interfaces are set to balanced-rr on both ends (the servers run Linux).
Sure, but there can be other cooling solutions - for example like on CCR1009 PC version.I guess that enclosure as it is is to offer enough cooling surface ...
Yes, please! :)But if there was a RB5018UG+S+RM ... I'd be in the line for one already ;-)
Same IPQ4018 according to the photos.if it is IPQ6018 (2x2+2x2) or IPQ8074 (8x8+4x4) based...
Perfectly valid point.@normis, basically some users, like me, want to isolate IoT devices by the L2 domain. but still allowing some connections to start from the trusted side.
some times all this Ch***** crap you will never know...
That means your PC doesn't use your mikrotik as DNS server.I tried and I added a static DNS entry in IP/DNS/ :
- Name: mydomain.com
- Address: 192.168.0.100
But the problem wasn't resolved.
And the link points to RB750r2 (hEX lite) not RB750Gr2 ("old" hEX)...First result of RB750Gr2 on Google...
Mikrotik's DAC works perfectly fine from CCR1009's SFP+ to CRS112's SFP if autoneg is disabled and speed set to 1gbit.Passive (copper) DAC will not work if the two sides mismatch in speed.
CRS switches has different default configuration.If it's like most Mikrotik routers, with the default configuration, port 1 will be configured as the WAN port and everything else connected in a bridge.
Same as in any other situation.The question is how Bridge VLAN filtering works in such configuration, how can I enable it if needed?
Yes it is.Can you confirm that this is the correct setting for a XXX.128/25 subnet?
No it's not.but for anything that starts with a 0/XX, the Network Address get set to 1/XX.
Yes, that is the best solution.What if I changed the IP of the DNS Server to a different range?
Either move these entries to your server at .33, or you have to live with what you have now.I can't do that there are some specific static DNS entries available on the router, required to be available.
It has nothing to do with the ROS version, this was always the case for 5GHz ac cards.Is this a bug, but I can't see 5GHz Current Tx Power? It is working fine and devices are connected, but just can't see anywhere the transmit power.
The tab is just empty. in 2.4GHz it's filled with numbers.
Nope.ISSUE FIXED !!!
I'm now on MacOS 11.0.1 Big Sur.
But i assume the solution is the same on previous MacOS Versions
It is. Always forget about such limitations in newer macOS.I guess this is because netinstall is compiled for win32.
And you are sure that you tried to connect by MAC, not by IP?I've been trying to login from winbox for Win, but no luck.
Try ading src-address=127.0.0.1 to this rule as well.I doubt the CAPsMAN rule ,,,,, possible ?
Just answered the same question in a similar topic: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=168221&p=825432#p825432No problem,
but i'm curious. What are the benefits or downsides to each of those methods.
I could not find any definite answer on it in the mikrotik documentation.
Why bother reading the thread two messages up from your own...@mikrotik ... how to use VLANs correctly on CSS610-8G-2S+ ??
Indeed...@xvo's remark would make sense if you used 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 as GRE's local-address and remote-address; in your setup, you do need the tunnel=yes mode.
I’m not sure: this setting is needed to prevent mikrotik from writing into console port on startup.when i set slient-boot do i need rebootthe router?
As already stated - It's not a bug, but a misinterpretation of router's config options.Hi, Yes.
Attached known bug.
https://discourse.pi-hole.net/t/total-q ... er/31648/2
It doesn't. You need to use pair of /32 addresses with network specified as the "opposite" one.I'm not sure if Mikrotik supports /31 but I thought I'd mention it.
Have you seen this in the latest 6.48beta48?that there are no additional GPIO pins
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=163308#p822721*) m33g - added support for "/system gpio" menu (CLI only);
Are you sure they were in /flash folder, not in the root directory that is mounted to RAM?including wiping the file storage...where I had stored a couple backup configs
If all ports need to have the same set of tagged vlans, then there is no point really.This is an all wireless network with the AP's UN-tagging VLAN traffic. In this scenario, is there any advantage to tagging all the switch ports? Thanks again.
If you are talking about "special dummy rules", the will be deleted on first reboot once you delete the fasttrack rule in filter forard chain.Thanks for your reply, there are some default rule under the filter rules tab NAT tab or Mangle Which I am not able to delete.
And also (as a separate item) a kit that will make possible to mount two units in one 19" space.It would be really nice if for smaller devices like this CSS610-8G-2S+IN switch MikroTik bundles second ear for 10" racks mount that are increasingly popular ...
Only wAP ac LTE is IPQ-4018.Think about some of the devices built around the IPQ-4018/9 SoC, such as hAP ac², wAP ac, or cAP ac.