Three old books available:
If I recall correctly I enjoyed `Learn RouerOS`
;;; Allow everything out chain=forward action=accept mac-protocol=ip src-address=196.x.x.x/32 ip-protocol=tcp
Thanks you Mr. Z. Are you inferring that this might be an ECMP problem?If you have ECMP and NAT then you have a problem.
Awesome, thanks. Your rules look good, I'll use them.Well, here's a clear answer: no, you cannot script the wizard unless you're using Expect scripts to parse replies.
I recall seeing a script like this somewhere and I also need it now. Does someone have it?Can someone please provide a script to send an email when an IP is given out by a DHCP server/pool? Thanks.
Yes okay how many megabits per seconds / Mbps?The max avaible...
Nice. However your web site says: "North American Orders Only"
[admin@MikroTik] > /system reset set restore_interface=wlan1 keep_ssid=lets_start_from_scratch Not So Dangerous Anymore! Reset anyway? [y/N]:
I think the answer is you have to upgrade to 4.x to usePlease.. I understand not very well, because I don't speak English fluently and I don't know much about mikrotik..
Help me with easy examples..
"... a feature that can match connections that do not yet have a connection mark
Are you referring to this diagram saying it's wrong?Diagram in old manual is wrong. Routing decision should be before output as it is shown in wiki.
I use 2.9.x and 2.9.51 on various servers with PPPoE client on high sites. The largest site has about 100 PPPoE clients. I have never had any problems with queues.Anybody use 2.9.51 to PPPOE?
THANK YOU!'kex' => 'diffie-hellman-group1-sha1'
The problem is not downloading - the problem is uploading a file, e.g. attaching a picture or document....I have tried to download 7/9 Mb files...
That's a broken link Eugene.Can everyone without the right experience read the manual before asking such questions?
http://www.mikrotik.com/docs/ros/2.9/ip ... 0388772383
/system backup save name=daily; /tool e-mail send to="firstname.lastname@example.org" subject="MT Backup: My Router" file=daily.backup;
You will need to pay about 100 hours to get it going THE RIGHT WAY and maybe another 1000 hours to become successful.Maybe you can give me an idea of how much I'll need to pay for a job like this.