ok can u help mr with link?Search the forums, this has been answered several times in the past. You also have to use PCC on the output chain as the proxy doesn't get caught by the wiki example.
i'm not talking about channel .Use the Scan and Snooper tools to find out which band is less used in your area, and use it to avoid interference.
i think it works nowchange max-cache-size: none no max-cache-size: unlimited
Added: but you cannot use Nth to load-balance transparent proxy. use ECMP for Web-Proxy or wait for PCC...
ok thanksjust google
or all_packages-mipsbe-3.10.zip if you have a routerboard.
The ECMP problem still exist but there is a slight improvement.
another thing pls .yes. with the only difference - Nth works with active users, http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Load_Bala ... e_Gateways works with static groups of users
ECMP binds 'src-address+dst-address' to gateway. 'Nth' scenario binds a user to gateway, so one user cannot use both uplins during one session. nothing wrong - it's by design. but if you have many users - you will have balance
i'm talking about not caching . this way will stop download files .exe , .msi ..etc
so what i the best AP to do this ?Get a different AP for clients. I've seen cases where certain APs will 'NAT' MAC addresses, only showing the MAC of the AP, and not the MAC of the devices behind the AP, even though it's supposed to be in a bridge...
There's not much you can do about this
yes .Have you installed routerboard package ?
Looks like you need to contact TP Link support - this isn't a Mikrotik problem.