Just to follow up, manually setting the freq absolutely solved my issue with the lappy. Running strong and fast now.Don't use auto.
Set frequency yourself to a non used channel.
Probably that's why your laptop can't see it.
With any luck, Zerotier for non-ARM devices will come first!Why not wait for capAXE and wifiwave3
capAX7 and wifiwave4? :-0
He was told that he'd get all the girls like Anav if he signed up on the forum...then he learned the propaganda about Anav is all a lie.
I can kindly ask why?
Popping some popcorn for the big show. Extra butter!(useless comment) If someone with a big PPPoE server has upgraded, I really want to see if it has issues,
Porvenir only works for me if I use a vpn with an endpoint in the US.removed unneeded quote - use "Post Reply"
Which is why I was going to advise him to uncheck that since he’s using pihole for dns.Obviously the answer to that question is "yes".
That statement will reverberate for all time…Sorry you dont get instant gratification here, now go suck on a lollypop and learn patience like the rest of the children.
Clearly I touched a nerve…. ???Another post by the m doesnt matter crowd!
You obviously missed the inside joke, what gabacho4 was referring too, and I found his reply appropriate and amusing!!
@tangent but slightly less well-known is this: Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line.Exposing IoT devices you can’t get updates for on the public Internet is a classic blunder, second only to starting a land war in Asia.
What, no RFC 6217 either?!... and don't get me started on RFC 2549 compatibility. ;-)I've just discovered that this release COMPLETELY FAILS in compatibility tests with RFC 1149. Time to sell all my MikroTik gear and go buy Uni-TP stuff instead.
I have two and have never had this issue.Shit I just ordered an RB5009 yesterday
Set your package channel to testing and install 7.1. Then reset the channel to stable and 7.1.3 should be there.I have 5009 with factory firmware 7.0.5 marked as stable.
When I click to "check for updates" and choose channel "stable" I still see only 6.49.3 ??
/queue type set ethernet-default pfifo-limit=300 /queue interface set [find where queue!=no-queue] queue=ethernet-default
Holy crap that was fast!Hotfix for queue processing should be available now.
What's new in 7.2rc3 (2022-Jan-28 16:33):
*) bridge - fixed filter and NAT "set-priority" action;
*) queue - fixed traffic processing (introduced in v7.2rc2);
While FastPath and FastTrack both are enabled on the device only one can be active at a time.