Those aren't limits, they are just one of the configurations that are tested and reported in the device's performance matrix for the brochure.I'm asking because some of the MikroTik devices has queue limit, for example "20 simple queues".
198....macsrwe re: Can't get connected to this any longer.
What IP address are you testing from ? I can look at the fw logs and see if your IP address shows up in there.
North Idaho Tom Jones (18.104.22.168 btest admin)
Maybe a little elaboration on this, so I can decide if I care? I use this feature only to locate MikroTik routers I have installed that don’t have static IP addresses.It has improvements in security, responsiveness and expandability.
After you download, the packages should appear in /files. Verify this. After you reboot, are those packages still in /files, or are they gone?Tried everything you suggest. Didn't help..
Assuming you are using winbox, system/users/groups tab.Is there a way to see group permissions? What do i need to look in? I haven't seen anything that appears obvious.User might not have "Telnet" permissions in the group the user belongs to
Not likely to get added to Winbox, as it's already in Dude.@MT devs: I'd love to see new feature/button in Winbox (in wireless > registration table) which would mass upgrade all clients currently connected to AP to (let's say) latest version from current channel.
I first complained about this January 25 [Ticket#2018012522004794]. I got a couple of suggestions that didn't improve anything, then the ticket has been dead since the 31st.No changes to forum settings in last weeks. When did this start ?
User manager has always been a separate NPK. So when one shows up in the ARM flavor, you’ll know it works.UserManager can be run on ARM now. What ROS is needed to run it, or is it a separate package?
The command to update firmware is /system routerboard upgradeSorry for the dump question, but where i find this command, on terminal ?
i cant find it
Weird, since /system note doesn't actually do anything but create or edit a physical file named sys-note.txt ... so you must have lost the file.I just noticed that a number of my devices lost their system note.
When you type the command to take the supout, begin the file name with flash/.Can you please explain, when Mikrotik will amend the CRS3xx releases, so that the supout.rif not gets written to volatile memory, but onto flash instead ?
+1, I am interested in this configuration as well.Regarding RBM33G, is it possible to use 2 wireless cards on the 2 miniPCIe slots if someone does not need any 3G/LTE?
It's not clear from the PDF and product page.
Yup, I've already explained this to him twice. I think we may have a language translation issue.Why do you have IP addresses on ether1 and wlan1 while those interfaces are part of a bridge? When interfaces are in a bridge you only add addresses to the bridge.
In Files, perform a back up. Drag the back up out of winbox onto your PC. Perform a netinstall. Drag the back up back onto your router, and restore it.Yeah, but I want to save my config... And have protection from last wpa exploitnetinstall completely formats your router.
Note that this link is now dead, and I cannot find the full-size illustration anywhere.Open the newsletter, check last page.Cannt find "wireless product selection guide"where was it published?
The obvious question is: does it report the presence of such files if any are detected?We will continue to strengthen RouterOS services and have already released RouterOS version 6.38.4 which removes any malicious files in devices that have been compromised.
No dude client on the MikroTik website for this release, and auto-update attempt from older dude gives error: bad http response from cloud. Help!Version 6.39rc40 has been released.