heavyd and johnnyk, were either of you able to create and send supout files?
Just a quick update, I downgraded to 6.40.8 and I've gone a little over 24 hours without any kernel failure reboots.
Any word on if the 6.21 update did actually fix it?MK says is solved in 6.21
"userman - fix "Your session has been reset due to inactivity" error;"
Same here. No problems using Google's Public DNS service. Wasn't worth my time to keep fighting to find the problem.I gave up on OpenDNS
I'd also like to know if the "G" version has the same caps and potential for problems, or if this is limited to the plain 450.any problem with the 450G version?
Yep, like the user-manager package. Not installed by default, but if someone wants to use it, just install it.Do it the same way as with NTP. Basic client is part of system package. If it's not enough for someone, then there's separate NTP package that can do more.
It is Windows 2003 DNS server. But I'm sure that since it isn't bind/linux it doesn't make any difference and I was screwed from the beginning.What software did you use for your nameserver? Remember that if it ain't "bind" it is suspect!
I'm guessing just a typo.... Easy to do after typing 256k a thousand times a day256K not 256?
Can it caused by Encoding for example MPPE128 statefull ?
I don't want to get off topic, but what kind of distance for this link and what are your signals? I'm assuming you are using an XR3.I just deployed my first 3.65GHz PtP link using RB411AH and am seeing 20.5Mbps tcp in both directions with MT speed test.
Maybe the power supply is shot and outputting way too much voltage? Who knows, I would change the rest of the variables just to make sure.I program every one on the same desk with the same supply.
Actually, the name is "Router OS"... So I would think it's primary functionality is to be a router and wireless is the second function...First of all ROS is a Wireless OS. So please keep your eyes
on wireless features.
I don't believe so. You should be able to combine all of your user's traffic over the one tunnel.But that means setting up a unique tunnel for every user, doesn't it?
I like that idea. It sure would be handy for a lot more than just having a better sized board, although I agree the 333 design/size was retarded to begin with and it is sad to see them keep it for the 433.Maybe the key is to get pac wireless to make a DCE 10x6x2
Have any links to share? I haven't heard that but would love it if it were true!I thought CALEA was ruled unconstitutional...?
Sounds like you maybe aren't charging enough if your bandwidth costs that much..1mbps cost from u$s500 to u$s2000 in my country. Our clients pay for a 512kbps access u$s20...
Well, the RB150 is probably the problem. I've never used a 150 before, but the CPU is fairly slow, and just running the bandwidth test eats up a lot of the CPU.This is very anoying. How can I get only 20 Mbps from Mikrotik/RB150?.