"Unable to create the folder 'sessions\'. The system cannot find the path specified."
Still get the same error and yes, standard Windows paths.Try the new "clear cache" button. Also, do you use Windows and a standard path?
Yes.Please make sure ipv6 package is enabled
Yes.and than tunnel is up.
Definitely isn't.Otherwise IPv6 link local should be generated properly.
Will do.Contact support with support output file, if it does not work.
Then I don't know what I've been downloading because the torrents I've got for 6.22, 6.23, 6.24 and 6.25 all include cm2 (as well as the netinstall-tile which doesn't appear to be on the download page).By the way, torrent did not include those non-standard packages anyway
Why? Nothing you have said would indicate this as a cause of the problem.I believe it has to do with forwarding specific port on router
/interface ethernet set [find default-name=ether1] mac-address=01:02:03:04:05:06
Once the components have released their magic smoke, there is no option but to return the board to your supplier (assuming it's under warranty) or throw it away.After a couple tries i noticed a very very thin line of smoke.
I guess I'd have to ask what it is you're trying to achieve.Any ideas on that part?
Use the time parameter in the mangle rule to ensure that the packets are appropriately marked at the correct time of day. Then queue based on packet marks.I want to make bandwidth unlimited from 05:01 o'clock to 07:00 o'clock...
This is something I would find useful. Ideally there should be three timeouts available: DNS lookup, connection and completion.is it possible to add timeout option to fetch tool.
I have one board it runs fine on, but another doesn't. Disabling wireless does seem to cure the problem though. Is this a known error? Can I not run the MC8780 and WiFi at the same time?are you sure that this modem works ok also in v5.26 with wireless card enabled?
Yes - sorry, my mind was elsewhere and you are correct - for you this is not a good solution. Instead, create a new PPP profile for each connection and use the 'incoming filter' to do the check/drop.in-interface=unknown and this is bad solution..
I am afraid I have no idea what you mean. Maybe it would help if you could draw a network diagram.i have 2 ppoe accounts, i succeed to make a ppoe server from the first account, but now i need to make 2 ppoe servers, so each server provide internet from diffrent accounts.
It is very unlikely that anybody will be able to guess what your configuration is. I don't think you will get any sensible answers until you provide sample configurations, debug/log messages and possibly a network diagram.Can anyone help me
Mangle rules, mark connections and routes. Then route according to the routing marks. This should all be covered in an MTCNA course.What should I do to make the setup work.
I am afraid you haven't given enough information for us to answer your question. I suggest detailing exactly what you want to achieve (preferably with some network diagrams) and somebody may be able to help.User details database and postpaid billing can be use with static ip ??
The code looks fine to me. I am pretty sure that avg-rtt is only available from flood-ping and I would certainly use flood-ping.Is that correct? Because I got different result with "flood-ping" and "ping" from terminal.
Yes. Have each netwatch run a unique script on up/down which sets some variables (name, up/down, date/time etc. etc.), then each of these scripts calls one script which does the e-mailing. Easy-peasy.Is this something that can be done within the Mikrotik OS?
Shouldn't this beIP Address: 184.108.40.206
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.252
In my address list I have added a new address:
4.3 is incredibly old. Assuming that you have read the wiki section on IPSec and have set your configuration correctly, then this would be my first course of action.is it necessary? because i don't have any privilege to do that.
The Wiki is your friend. Start with http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:IP ... ng_packets and then have a look at routing.Do you any examples how to mark port 80 (http) to 2nd ISP.
Yes. That's exactly what I'd do. Address lists are your friend.Is there a way we can use mikrotik router OS as a solution to this as they are already using it as a router? Maybe block the sites based on IP addresses of the LAN users as they all use static IPs.
Indeed. Hence the request to lower (or remove) this limit once somebody has passed the Turing test!This was done to prevent spamming bots?
You forgot to attach your code. I don't think anybody here is psychic, so you're probably not going to get any help unless you can post details of your configuration!my port80 forwarding(hair pin code)
What I am saying is that I suspect your ROS is freezing because the USB or USB disk is failing. Seriously, put an IDE/SATA drive inside the box and don't use USB.There wouldnt be any problem if the ROS wouldnt freeze in such a way I have described.
Likewise, check you don't have an open DNS resolver (may be being used for an amplification attack).I'd suggest you see if you have "/ip proxy" enabled - if you do, firewall it so only your interal IPs can get to it.
Silly question, but is your Ethernet cable plugged into ether1? If so, try again in one of ether2 to ether5.Running "/system reset-configuration" gives the same result - the router is inaccessible.
Easiest place is in a comment field. In my experience, the best place is on the interface the DHCP server is running on (/interface etherX set comment="220.127.116.11") - that way it survives reboots and power cuts.my problem is how to save the old ip \where to put him
Can't be done. You can only have one DHCP client on each interface. You need to do this with static IPs on the WAN interface....the second part is to configure 4 DHCP Clients (with one IP to be masquerade for each LAN port) on the WAN port.
E-mail must have been lost in the post then!! I've resent.I've received email answer with vouchers within 15 min.
Damn. Flight doesn't land until 1900 so it'll be at least 2030 by the time I get to the hotel.Welcome cocktail will be held the evening before MUM (March 14, from 6.00PM)
Thank you, but unfortunately in this case it wasn't a bridge...In ROS v5.7 there is a know issue, where bridge could crash and appear as "unknown" interface. This bug is fixed in ROS v5.8.
Nope. You can provision your own default script if you use NetInstall. This then becomes the script that survives a reset.At a guess that script is baked in as part of the OS image and can't be changed other than as part of it.
That's exactly why I don't want to go to any country that uses the Euro. I only mentioned Germany specifically after your suggestion.isn't the exchange rate to euro the same in all "eurozone" countries ? what's the difference, euro is the same in all of them.
As nice as Germany is, for purely selfish reasons (i.e. the GBP:EUR exchange rate), I'd rather not do anywhere in the EuroZone.What about somewhere in southern Germany?
I'll second that - we're about to book next year's ski holiday and another clash with MUM would be annoying (unless, of course, you don't want me there...!).can you confirm the most likely dates
Argh. Major attack of the stupids. I knew this, I know I knew this. I just got caught up with the incrementing packet counts and stopped thinking.MAC-winbox runs on layer 2
andthis is not correct
So I was correct then - SNMP is borked. It's just that the borkedness can be overcome with a manual tweak...There is a bug in the bandwith values
That's fine, but then you shouldn't have created AAAA records for your existing FQDNs - perhaps 6.www.mikrotik.com and 6.forum.mikrotik.com (or whatever) should have been used until testing's complete?They told us that IPv6 is still in testing stage, and we shouldn't be surprised that stuff breaks
Neither of these methods would work on a large scale deployment - imagine rolling out 100 RBs, each of them requiring a (slightly) different configuration.you can use scripts .rsc file at the time of installation or u can also use Flashfig feature in netinstall.
Indeed, but the only person who has mentioned backporting everything is you.basically if we backport everyhing, the only difference is the version number.
Don't know about the OP, but in the UK, Andrews and Arnold have been providing native IPv6 for around about 6 years. See http://aaisp.net.uk/kb-broadband-ipv6.html.who is your ISP? never heard of any giving out native v6 yet so im curious.
The same cables, when connected back to front convert IPv4-to-FrameRelay. I guess there's not much use for that these days, but it's a handy thing to have in your toolkit and certainly makes ROS and RB devices much more flexible.ipv4-to-ipv6 converter cables...
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