Investigation of 98DX3236 switch ship's L3 capabilities is on the roadmap. Please do not misread: it is investigation not development.
That would be not good enough - it would have 40g links, which... let me quote from the newletter:
On a PC does it show up as a storage USB drive with software in? If it does, you need to reflash it to 'Stick' mode which I found impossible.
Interesting as I have mostly default configuration out of the box. Only changed IP for LAN interfaces and done. Did you do anything to enable HW Offload on yours?
Is it possible to flash to the standard firmware on the device wiping it completely without being able to actually get into the web interface of the device?
How about CRS309-1G-8S+IN? Or you need is 10GBase-T ?
!) added FastTrack and NAT hardware offloading support for CRS317-1G-16S+RM;
https://www.rogers.com/business/product ... rnet/fibre
So a new breed of Routers etc may be upon us very soon
In general I can agree with that (I am just now in the process of migrating some internal systems at $dayjob from SuSE 10.0 to something current) but you should also consider that waiting too long to upgrade can also make it more painful to finally do so.
I believe the hardware acceleration you're referring to on the CRS is for VLANs.
So I tried to use version 7.0beta8 and everything is OK !!! The web interface with settings and sending of SMS is even functional. Fast download test - 70 Mbit / s. So for me - solved
Not really. NMEA output is approximately every second, but exact timing is not defined ...
and what firmware & webui version you use at e3372 ?
What RouterBOARD are you using?
But of course this is all in beta, I don't think I would buy a CRS317 right now with the objective to run internet-facing BGP and L3 offloading on it...
However, you can ask the ISP to send less routes to you, e.g. only default route or only aggregated routes at /8 or /16 level, and save a lot of BGP processing.
It is also the most practical way to increase transmit power beyond the legal limit while operating in the regulatory-domain mode.
That is probably why it is now gone.
I'd get an HeX straight away and leave that 2011iL as switch and don't look back.
Can somebody just confirm that I can make a vpn with hap ac2? And that it is that more powerful than a hex s?
One question for the experts though, will this router also interface @2.5 and 5 gigabit?
So can i expect 5g throughout at switch mode with just vlan config
Your answer is wrong !
AOC cables do not have detacheable transmission medium involved as well...
I added 2 Bonding Interfaces and add them to my bridge. (Mode 802.3ad, layer 2 and 3).
My problem is, that I am getting the same speed as before (1 Gbit connection).
There are no intermediate hops, unfortunately.
I read you already have good LAN-switches, so the Hex S can also be used if you do not need the ports on the RB2011.
More then powerful enough as you have "low internet" speed.
Oh, I agree. Won't stop me from getting it as soon as they start offering it, though I'm haven't been picked for the trial, alas.Residential 10Gbps is ridiculous.
"error - contact MikroTik support and send a supout file (3)"
There is no zero id in standart.
In RouterOS you can turn on reverse path filtering:
/ip settings set rp-filter=yes
Is this as expected?
So the SFP+ cage is the same as the SFP cage?