With /64 you are limited to a single slaac subnet which should correspond to a single vlan.
Ask your ISP for at least /56.
That's not how IPv6 works.And when I do go IPv6, I am convinced that will only be as far as my public IP and the rest of my internal lan will still be IPv4 based so not to worried.
Have you considered using a USB nic?Now, however, my new laptop does not have a wired nic.
No, CAPsMAN doesn't do any of this. Your client devices decide when and where to roam on their own.Is this because CAPsMAN automatically manages the connectivity and handoffs between my two cAPs at each end of the house when I move from one end of the house to the other?
So the hap ac² will never receive full wave2 support, not even the models with 256 MB RAM?a preview of the wireless driver and configuration interface being built for future products
/caps-man datapath add client-to-client-forwarding=yes local-forwarding=yes name=xyz vlan-id=10 vlan-mode=use-tag
/interface wireless cap set bridge=...
Well, it's a 4-core CPU. A single-threaded load can cause 100% usage on one of these cores and you will only see 25% global CPU usage.That still leaves you 82% of CPU totally unused.
That is interesting. Did you perform some benchmarks to compare WiFi Speed between RouterOS and OpenWRT?I'm currently using OpenWRT on my AC2 with ath10k ct smallbuffers driver
I guess because it's even cheaper.32/64MB chips are very very cheap, but Mikrotik puts only 16MB. Why???
Is this comparable to "ondemand" scheduler from x86 linux? Any numbers on expected power savings when the device is idle?*) arm - added support for automatic CPU frequency stepping for IPQ4018/IPQ4019 devices;
Expect about ~300 Mbps on a 2x2 client in the same room. Occasionally you may even see some peaks up to 400 Mbps.in addidion to that what will be the max on 5Ghz for AC^2 ?
That is a really pleasant surprise. Never expected to see a 5.x kernel in ROS after TILE architecture has been removed from upstream Linux.!) system kernel has been updated to version 5.6.3;
Which previous versions are/were affected by this issue?*) filesystem - fixed NAND memory going into read-only mode or becoming unstable over time;
You have to enable resource graphing by adding a new rule under "Resource Rules" tab.- i'm think that graph doesn't work properly cause it's empty
If that is really the reason, why doesn't mikrotik "fix" it?Not sure, I suspect they are using 2048 in AMSDU, I got the exactly same speed by setting it to 2048 in wireless interface.Why would CAPsMAN produce slower speeds?
Doesn't 802.11v allow band steering without hacks?PS. And, by the way, band steering is an ugly hack, not a standard feature of any 802.11 standards.
Holy sh*t, I really hope that 5Ghz WiFi is stable now and we get this fix backported to long-term asap.*) wireless - improved IPQ4019, QCA9984, QCA9888 wireless interface stability;
Expected result, i don't think you understand how basic rates are used.I've tried enabling all rates, and I get the same result.
But you shouldn't you expect > 500Mbps with three chains on 5GHz ac? I consider 100Mbps with that hardware pretty slow, that speed is already achievable with 2.4GHz dual chain n.Personally, I get > 100Mbps using wAP AC + RB3011 running CAPsMAN, local forwarding.
Can we get some details on this?*) capsman - fixed "group-key-update" parameter not using correct units;
Your understanding is wrong, please read the manual.My understanding is that per VLAN you need an associated bridge. You cannot have a single Bridge with multiple VLANs.
Doesn't it rather say that you cannot use passive SFP+ DAC at all? RB4011 seems to be the only Mikrotik SFP+ device which is incompatible with Mikrotik's own direct attach cables.Footnote 4 says you can only use a SFP+ DAC at 10Gb
What is the bug? Could you share some information?There's as slight bug in switch chip in IPQ4xxx which bit me and MT doesn't have a solution (yet).
Why not? That 15Gbps is exactly the number I'd expected to see as achievable benchmark limit for this block diagram.One can argue about "router on a stick" SFP+ setup to lift possible limit to 15Gbps total, but i think those will not be numbers anyone is looking for.
It's a pretty clever way of combining rack-mount capability and desktop case into the same product. Not exactly pretty, but very funktional; I like it.Oh boy, it does look ugly with those rack-mount ears attached.
/ip firewall filter add action=accept chain=input dst-address-type=local src-address-type=local