Did you read the changelog?After the upgrade I also needed to add write to the policies.
I totally agree!But complaining that something put into the "development" branch is broken? That's a little too much.
Can you tell me more about this?*) ipsec - improved hardware accelerated IPSec performance on 750Gr3;
According to the spec. sheet it probably will not work.Would the new S+RJ10 establish 10Gbps connection over 50 meters cat5e cable? My cables are in walls of my home and can not be upgraded.
Can you tell more about this?Version 6.39rc51 has been released.
!) tile - fixed IPsec hardware acceleration out-of-order packet problem, significantly improved performance;
I experienced no problems when upgrading my RB750Gr3 from version 6.37.3 to version 6.38Really would appreciate you or others to confirm if there is a serious problem with this upgrade on RB750Gr3.
Thanks in advance.
I don't think the CPU load is the problem here. You should be able to hit near 100% CPU load on any core without any dropped packets.If CPU load is less than 10-15% all is ok, if any goes over that there is droped data.
Sounds nice!*) wlan - improve single connection TCP performance for ac chipset with cm2 package;
Of-course... When there is no line-of-sight it is always a bit of a gamble.This depends very much on the buildings and on the used/allowed TX-Power.I recently build a connection like this through 3 buildings. It works very well. Speed and reliability are fine. I used normal SXT.
(mini)PCI-E is the industry standard these days. (mini)-PCI es getting extinct. Current wifi chips do NOT support PCI, only PCI-E.Question, why the heck are you guys making the R11E-AC card a Mini-PCIe, instead of all the standard PCI cards? Does it support faster speeds on PCI or something?
Look more closely.. it is not the sameIs that correct would the link local be the same on 2 different bridges?
What about inter-vlan routing on the 10g port?+1 thank you for this excellent overview. Much appreciated. So then, it does not route over 1 gigabit over a single upstream port? What is the 10 gigabit SFP+ port for then?
Cool! What about redundancy? Can you connect both IEC and PoE and have them failover?2x IEC C14 power jacks AC 110/220V, PoE
in 12-58V, 802.3af/at compliant
> system ssh address=10.10.10.10 user=blabla password: Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.2.0-60-generic x86_64)
Seems like it's vulnerable.We don't use GnuTLS. We use OpenSSL which has no such problems
That is to be expected. If you want more make sure you do more simultaneous sessions, every session with a different source and/or destination IP.Have you done any performance testing... I haven't been able to push a single stream of TCP faster that 1Gb...
Maybe.. still, try iperf. Routers are always better in handling traffic going through than traffic to/from the router itself.That would hold water if the CPU was spiking anywhere near the maximum but it isn't.