It doesn't matter if IPv6 was/is enabled/disabled in v6, after upgrading to v7 it will be enabled, and upon executing /system reset-configuration , default IPv6 firewall rules will be added.... When you need IPv6, first enable the package, then upgrade your device to latest version...
Please post the output from "/tool e-mail export hide-sensitive"Same error with from or without.
Same error with user and password.
Also if Start TLS is set to yes, you get TLS handshake failed.
Updated my previous post, but if You have everything saved under "/tool e-mail" it should work without needing "from=" parameter under "/tool e-mail send"So under v7 it no longer uses the settings saved in /tool e-mail?
All scripts now have to use user and password?
DO NOT install this on production gear. This release is experimental and should be treated accordingly.So, unless you like to live on the edge (and sometimes slightly over it), then there's no reason to install ROS v7 on your production devices yet.
For now both will work (so importing scripts from v6 that contain whitespaces will execute properly).Some paths are given with "/", some with white space. Is both allowed now?
Will work with the winbox.exe You have. No special version needed.Awesome, installing it on a spare 3011. Is there a special version of winbox needed? Or any changelog available?
You can always log in via FTP to create a folder and/or copy/move files.I am some shocked.
A script on 200+ lines is needed just to create a folder in RouterOS.
This is some MT should add a built in function.
Not every router that has microUSB port supports PWR-LINE interface.Why is this interface visible on RB941 ? Other routers like ccr,rb9xx haven't it.
There was a mistake in wiki, edited my previous post to clear it. Since default value is "no" - any other value (both, remote, local) should appear in "/export".Default values should not be displayed in /export compact, but "remote" value does.
From 6.44.3 changelog:It seems that the list of possible values has changed ... on my 6.44.2 it's like this:
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/ip ssh set forwarding-enabled=?
ForwardingEnabled ::= yes | no
*) ssh - added "both", "local" and "remote" options for "forwarding-enabled" parameter;
Please send a supout.rif file from your router to firstname.lastname@example.orgI uploaded the file with Winbox, then right clicked it, selected Restore and chose my password, and pressed OK. It restarted but it did not restore my backup.