Apparently, only the MikroTik smartphone app allows this syntax -- Winbox flags it as invalid.
And it doesn't actually work, so I guess the answer is no.
Which in keeping with the theme should be a Snapchat filter and a CHR.Yes, please! and don't forget to send us the t-shirt and device!
MikroTik has never even acknowledged that this issue exists.Very strange that mikrotik don't plan to finally fix this issue once and for all for many years now.
Where it is is only half the question. What it is is the other half. Could you please export your firewall rules and post them here?I have put UDP/123 log rule on top of INPUT chain before ACCEPT related,established,untracked. And I also made sure fasttrack was disabled.
ROS firewall fakes connection state for UDP connections. Might not be as accurate as for statefull protocols, but helps to make constructing firewall filter rules easier. Probably helps for performance as well.
I get the routers to show up in Netinstall and choose my packages but when I press Install it does nothing. The "Ready" will disappear for around 5 seconds then come back up.
Using this 2 simple steps I can crash it pretty much on demand with any ROS version up to 6.47Beta54 within less than 10 minutes.
Yes, i guess they sould implement some kind of a popup message informing the user of a success or failure...
But as compared with the article, I don't see a progress bar, flashing process took 3-4 seconds and then router's status becomes "Ready".
Is there anything planned like a virtual mum /VMUM/ - like live streaming ?
we do this already, in 5 minute intervals if change is detected
There are currently no problems with schedules if they are built by SNMP.
Since OP is on limited budget, don't hesitate to use AirB&B...it could surprise you!
Cameroon is a spammer. He has been making worthless posts like this in many forums today, and they have all been removed.@Cameroon: yes there is no creation of energy out of nothing.
I reported above that the log window columns crop the data at the right side edge because the columns are too narrow in the zoomed view. They also lack headers to be able to manually resize them to the desired width.
I have at times been forced to work on MikroTiks from my iPhone; at least on an iPad I wouldn't have to cross my eyes.For God's shake! How many users or IT professionals are going to work seriously on a MikroTik from iPad?? - Definitely its not a simple task.
Not to worry, Normis promised me they were remembering to print the 3X-4X t-shirts this year.Normis, you just denied this man the benefit of a healthy 7 min brisk walk at least twice a day.
Watch out, you may get sued for denying an americans right to exercise
Read Wiki on how to configure a simple AP; type in all those commands by hand.My RB has a wlan card, so how can I setup a wifi AP by serial console?