We had few 10G links with CCR, after upgrading all these went down randomly, SFP+ port 2, and they would not come back up, tried to roll back but no luck, changed SFP, finally did Hard reboot and the port came up.
Can you ping ipv6 address of your ISP from your router? Can you ping 2001:4860:4860::8888 from your router?Yes.
You can try balance-xor if cisco supports it, yes, but that's not the point: there is nothing wrong with 802.3ad, you just don't test it right.
802.3ad can't spread a single connection to multiple links.
And even more: L2+L3 hash means that even multiple connections between two particular hosts will use only one of the links.
Have you added DHCPV6 server on that vlan? What neighbor discovery settings are configured on the mikrotik under ipv6-> ND?I have getting Valid IPv6 IP and getting Fe80::... gateway, But not able to get IPv6 DNS,
Did you configure IP address on vkan1 interface? An address from 192.168.10.0/24 subnet? Those switches, do they have default gateway configured? Is it the same main router?
The btest server 220.127.116.11 is now also IPv6
IPv4 address: 18.104.22.168
IPv6 address: 2605:4e40:0:1fe::
Is it possible to make wifi client run on another DNS server then Ethernet cable client have?