Orange's LiveBox (ONT+Router+AP combo) actually shows this on the WebUI. When I had Movistar I had a separate ONT + Router, maybe there is a way to get onto the ONT (not the router)'s WebUI and take it from there?How do you get the SLID and the PLOAM from your current ONT?
You’re absolutely right, but they can easily be damaged if they are powered up without an antenna attached. This applies to all transmitters, always have an antenna attachedit is near impossible to damage a radio just by misconfiguring RouterOS.
net - apply slave config only if master config has been changed
- it would cost 200x moreIf Mikrotik were made in Switzerland....
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Sorry, that's not a solution. This isn't a Windows PC.i normally solve this problem by restarting the mikrotik router.
Care to elaborate? Which instance? Does this apply to ANY use of AES (WPA2 w/AES) with ANY prior version?*) wireless - fixed AES encryption speed issues (upgrade suggested);
Apparently 3.31 is exactly the same as 3.30 but with support for the RB750 (probably just additional drivers)REEAAALLLLYYY! v3.31 not listed is interesting. Didn't know there was was such a critter.
Yes, the EU ones are always in EnglishIs the MUM going to be in English?
In Krakow, yes. In Wroclow, probably yes, and German.Can average polish speak English?
Beauty of IP, numbers are international!How do people that do not understand English uses Mikrotik?
You're wrong...English speaking country in Europe? Hmm, there is only one English speaking country in Europe.
We used to do that, but with increased competition and shrinking margins, we switched to UV-protected (but not gel filled) cable which has worked equally well but is much easier and quicker to terminate in the field.We use the gel filled stuff with black polyethylene jacket for customer CPE.
I second that.. just had the same experience and it boiled down to metal washers touching the area around the screw hole causing it.no metal object touching the board surface.