In docs is written that this is ufl, but only for third chain of 2GHz and 5GHz.Does anyone know if the replaceable antenna is ufl or mmcx? It's hard to see from the photos.
I'm curious what is the AC+NAT performance :) I'll test it tomorrow. My hAP AC will arrive :)Nice results from users on social media:
I got one, and I got a couple of Routerboards too. I can just argue that for SOHO OpenWrt is simply better, and extra RouterOS (like broken OpenVPN) features doesn't justify buying this device at this price.then just go for tp-link
You can always try OpenWrt. It works great.Right now I have had to use MTIK boxes to create TCP OpenVPN Tunnels to a PFSense box at the HQ for a network because I could not find a suitable router that would run PFSense in a small package for the price point MTik offers.
Is possible as long as you have physical access to the device and you can "netinstall" the device.For SXT though, I don't think you can dismount the HDD, and as such, that's not really possible anyway.
Is possible and works, but not in Metarouter. Metarouter doesn't support usb-passthrough.Unfortunately Openwrt not add printer support, using usb printer with OpenWRT not possible now.
If you look at used CPU it is old :)RPi is not 'old', but it is cheap.
In the more generic sense, ARM chipsets could be a good addition for a number of different platforms. RPi is just the first example that came to mind.
https://launchpad.net/~seriy-pr/+archiv ... nager-l2tp> Ubuntu/Mint
NM in ubuntu lacks L2TP/IPsec support.
Yes, but it takes an unusually long time. Especially when I had to replace my home RB951G with TL-WDR4300 and switch to OpenWrt (i don't want to have two devices working).Surely its only a matter of timeDo you plan to release SOHO like router (RB951G) with dual-band wireless?
Use the Proxmox VE. Is Open Source Virtualization Platform with support for almost everything what is needed ;) And it support OpenVZ and KVM and plays very nice with MikroTik.IManaging the KVM devices is really unpleasant in our environment.