Is your 10G interface listed under WAN? (/interface list member print)
Without seeing your config settings nobody really can help. One needs to see the settings of the involved interfaces, incl. all the involved IPs, as well the route table etc.
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 18.104.22.168:53 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?
Thanks.Yes, You can do it. Just remove the ports from the bridge.
I'm using Mellanox ConnectX-3 Cards in normal PCs.
They work fine in Windows 10 and Linux, no extra software or cooling required.
Sounds like a DFS (radar detection) in action. Check your logs to check if that is the case.