for my experience (in LAB), Proxmox is much faster for Mikrotik virtualisation then ESXi.
Not tested with BGP, just routing and bandwidth test.
I easily can pass ~120mbps TCP traffic, what would answer _this_ question.I would strongly advise against OpenVPN on Mikrotik for the above reasons. Performance is very poor with TCP-in-TCP, see http://sites.inka.de/bigred/devel/tcp-tcp.html for explanations.
I don't know if any of MT's device have IP or NEMA certificate or they "just" weatherproof. But this device is made for outdoor usage, mounted on a pole or wall - outside.Has the enclosure a IP (Ingress Protection) rating certificate? Or Nema certificate?
If you do what i did, that's waterproofed, since the antenna connector is INSIDE (waterproofed by the cover) and RF cable goes inside within the factory-made hole.I only see a problem there, how are you gonna make that waterproof?
I will be very interested if it's possible to mount a CHR image and copy the kernel module to std x86 image.Will VMXNET3 be included on the standard x86 builds as well or only on the CHR images?