It was a masquerade rule that was configured to allow access to the next router, the rule was disabled and showed an error I modified the output device from a specific ether within the bridge to the parent bridge itself.Can you post what did change?due to bridge configuration changes
Don't worry you'll have RouterOS 7 soon enough.. (when pigs will fly)But for now it's RouterOS 9 ("Nein" in German)maybe skip straight to RouterOS X (10)
I checked and it seems to be written in go so I think it's possible to adapt the source code for windows too or Just boot a Linux VMHow about Windows version ?
I thought about dropping all IPv6 packets from the Nest across all my routers, I don't use IPv6 anyway and I removed that package from all the routers.Ofer,
If you have only one AP and the firewall is processing bridged packets then blocking ICMPv6 should do the job.
OpenVPN with UDP connectionsYou say that, like there had been no new features in v6. In fact, most exciting stuff that was meant for v7, was already ported to v6.I mean there were years since start of it's development and we still wait blindly...