snmp - added "tx-ccq" ("mtxrWlStatTxCCQ") and "rx-ccq" ("mtxrWlStatRxCCQ") values;
Is this now working and is there setup examples?
We have just short of 800 routes with over 60 routers, ospf type is mostly PTPOk - next question is re-adjacency – with OSPF can take up to 5mins will iBGP be the same
How many routes and routers do you have and what OSPF network types are you using - boradcast, point-to-point, etc?
Thanks for replying!The answer is quite simple: there is no "save-file" option to frequency-monitor.
Configuration issue, the VLAN passes traffic for a short period and then stops?Being dropped for what reason ?
I have set on the core router ip-neighbor=none and will check logs tomorrowPlease try to disable neighbours. I mean ip-neighbours-none. if problem solved. please let me know
I installed the stable version !Hey. It's long-term or stable ver? Try degrade to long-term.This info on the core logs only appeared when I updated almost all the network to 6.45.7 + Interface port Isolation + Bridge port PVID "Ingress filtering" "admit only VLAN tagged"
No. Winbox has a nice feature named Safe Mode
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual%3 ... #Safe_Mode
Having a POE out option on a device is becoming must have for power off/on to solve devices that occasionally lock up!I'd use a 4011...compact and 10 gig capable if needed. It's a fantastic tower router and can even be a border router.
I created individual Vlans for each port and then added them in bridge/portHow you add Port1 to four different bridges?
As I am newbie to this could you explain further?Cause he was a massive goose?Just curious asking why on our network that a previous techie would create both OSPF and MPLS loopbacks on routers each with there own ip range ?