But this is not user-friendly. I mean just think practically....The domain has a time to live (ttl) of 299 seconds. RouterOS caches the record for this time, see / ip dns cache.
This is correct behavior and should not be changed.
Thanks! This seems to work. But I wonder how to figure/decipher/decode/understand this.You have to use IDN encoding. Try this: xn--allestrungen-9ib.de
"/interface print" should list all interfaces (etherX plus MACs, etc.).The interface print doesn't show anything useful, what were you expecting??
I will try to play with this today and get the mac add answers for you.
Grant access to the service for the allowed clients. There are many methods possible: firewall settings, services settings, user settings, depending on the port/service. You haven't stated what port or service it is.How do i allow access to the box from lan without needs to port knock?
add comment="redirect_all_traffic_to_cpu" ports=$myPorts redirect-to-cpu=yes switch=switch1 new-dst-ports=switch1-cpu disabled=no
Still doesn't make much sense in this context.Sorry im mean ISP(Internet providers).
Yes, IP / Routes in GUI. Those with "S" are the static ones, which also can be edited.Thanks - yes I am aware of the possibility to display this information using the CLI. My question was - is it possible using winbox?
@bpwl, where do you define that? Is it the "Name" field on the wlan interface page, or a different field?Names I use are like
wAP1_2, wAP1_5, wAP2_2, wAP2_5, hAP_2, hAP2_5 for the 2.4 and 5 GHz radio's.
Ok, I see.It is already on the first post as attachment
So, you are concerned of security, but are using a hub (instead of a switch) for 30 clients?Dot1x is used when we have mikrotik switch .
Is there any solution When 30 clients are connected to a hub and the hub is connected to mikrotik router interface
Take a look at viewtopic.php?f=7&t=162494What settings in WIRELESS(command: /interface wireless) will affect CAPSMAN ?
The IP is in the previous log line "TCP connection established from ..."Any ideas how to get SRC IP from failed PPTP authentication parsing log files?
I guess you mean 8374 instead of 3562.My purpose is: if someone access 10.100.11.11:3562, he can speed up access 188.8.131.52:53 via WAN2.
Yes, indeed, makes sense.Any time you have multiple ports or a range of ports, going to the same LANIP, it is an opportunity to create a single rule (assuming same protocol).
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[ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth Reads Dist(bin=16.0K) [SUM] 0.00-10.09 sec 1.10 GBytes 938 Mbits/sec 89613 54856:34617:50:2:5:2:2:79
Forum notifications. Ie. if a reply happens to postings here where one participates.Are you talking about forum notifications or any other ones?