Thanks for the awesome program!yes, is the bug fixed in 1.46.
If the name is left off of an ip pool entry and it is referenced by /ip dhcp-server it is not going to work.Correct the bg: in some cases, if parameter "name" is at the beginning of line, it can be ignored.
/ip route export /ip address export /ip firewall filter export
Have you used any of the $50 filters? The commercial grade filters usually run around $250-300 and have 8 poles.Best bet, get a filter. Streakwave has some for around $50.
Yes all routerboards come with RouterOS preinstalled.Yes, but both ends of the cable should be 232, i mean db9.. and is it correct that new board have OS already installed?
Ahh I guess I'm too hasty in my testing. Thanks!but he will be kicked out even if the signal is good initially. there is a timeout delay, you have to wait a few seconds.
Personally I'd go with the RB450G. What do you mean by holding the full internet route table? Are you doing BGP?And another question, should I go for RB450G or for RB750G?
Do I need the extra RAM?
Do I need to hold the full internet route table?
Why do you want everyone to mail you? If you can help, then help. The purpose of the forum is to keep everything in the public domain so if someone has a similar problem they can get answers from here.Mail me . i can help
1dB to 2dB is 1.23x the power. 1 to 5dB is 2.46x the power. Decibel is logarithmic.
Looking at an analyzer, 1dB to 5dB is huge. That's 5 times the power! 1dB to 2dB is same, that's 2x the power, directly on top of each other.
I'll do some tests more in depth tests if people want.
Good point!RB750s don't have serial ports.
You set the IP address on the bridge interface.@Dawam,Thanks, Do I need to set IP on lan interface after the bridge and internet interface
/interface bridge add name=bridge disabled=no /interface bridge port add interface=wlan0 disabled=no /interface bridge port add interface=ether1 disabled=no
/interface bridge filter add action=drop chain=forward comment="" disabled=no mac-protocol=pppoe add action=drop chain=forward comment="" disabled=no mac-protocol=pppoe-discovery
/interface wireless wlan? disable-running-check=yes
/ip firewall filter add chain=forward action=drop src-address=192.168.10.0/24 dst-address=192.168.0.0/24 add chain=forward action=drop dst-address=192.168.0.0/24 src-address=192.168.10.0/24
Mikrotik does not support 802.11n yet. As in it will not work.Thanks for the help so far mate. One more thing though. When you say that .11n isnt supported, do you mean that it literally wont work, or that its more "use at your own risk"?
HAHA talk about some serious overhead.Yes you can!you can't use pppoe in a situation like this - pppoe is for connecting clients in one network. to join remote locations use IpSec, L2TP or something like that.
PPTP -> EoIP -> PPPoE
/ip firewall filter add action=drop chain=forward comment="" disabled=no in-interface=wlan2 out-interface=<pppoe interface here>
I was thinking like you had arp set to reply-only, so add-arp=yes does not need to be set on the dhcp server. Glad it started working.... for whatever reason.it started working all of a sudden i didn't change anything. So thanks for your help.
3.65GHz is wimax right? Pacific Wireless makes some 3.3-3.6GHz antennas, so they might work at 3.65GHz.Who even makes 3.65Ghz antennas?