Yes, it is so, of course.Hi,
Please check your work stations DNS entry. There should be only your router's IP.
Okay, but what is the goal of this change?No, unfortunately it is not possible to change OID values.
For preventing performance slowdown at bridge layer.Why would you want to, though?
Great. What to check at next hangup for diagnose?why does it hang up? it's not normal!
no, in real life, wifi channels don't hang up. you have a problemYep, this is wonderful idea, but in real life our wifi channel hangs up every day
How to check it? Using /ip tool sniffer + remote Wireshark?hm... I wonder, what is dst-mac-address of the response packet?.. where does router sends it?..
It's very strange... All other OS'es (Linux, FreeBSD, ...) works in another manner - send responses using shortest path.probably it's just implementation feature.
We need any replacement for arpwatch.Could you explain when it is necessary to increase timeout?
No, Mikrotik should see 10.0.5.5 on vlan5 interface, because sends answers directly from 10.0.5.2 (his IP in vlan5).Well, why the should be ARP about this client on 10.0.1.0 network?
MikroTik RouterOS should see 10.0.5.1 address/mac-address as 10.0.1.1 in ARP table, 10.0.5.1 is layer3 switch.
10.0.5.1 (this is layer3 switch having IP *.1/24 in each vlan).What is the default gateway for 10.0.5.5?
Actual for me too.We are running MK v3.14 on our routers within the network.
It appears that the router is dropping ARP tables every 60-30 seconds.
Is there a way to set the timeout too 900 seconds like i can on a Cisco router?
Thank you very much!on bridge, settings try to enable 'use ip firewall'
/interface bridge settings set use-ip-firewall=yes
Data transfer speed between two AP's.Which tx/rx speed are you talking about ?