So which is faster in terms of throughput - fasttrack or no tracking at all?*) firewall - added pre-connection tracking filter - "raw" table, that allow to protect connection-tracking from unnecessary traffic;
Unfortunately, this still breaks compatibility with Huawei ME909s (Ticket#2016032166000454)Version 6.35rc37 has been released.
*) lte - supported modems now use unsolicit events for network monitoring;
Well, actually no, because ether1 was enslaved to bridge1 (or whatever you called your bridge) and any configuration made on a slave port does not work in most cases.But on the other hand at least ports 1-4 should have worked fine together in this case, right? .
I have read that a few times as well, but could never reliably reproduce it in lab tests on both RB1100AHx2 and CCR1009-PC. If there is a difference, it is so minor it barely makes an impact.That was my main problem, because I read that switch port used more cpu than "cpu port".
ooops.. looks like CLI will change a lot?v7 Teaser alert, recursive ipv6 worksCode: Select all
[admin@tested] > /routing/route/print
Well, of course it does, it essentially sticks an IPv4 Header in front of the IPv6 packet, and off it goes (also over IPSECv4)...transform ipv6 into ipv4.
Sometimes it really does help to read the release notesSome features are not ready yet for Nv2: no support WDS,Security,Virtual AP,some details in the registration table and status