Latency on 5G and NV2 is trivial. As for pollution, it is what it is. We need speed.So they are choosing wireless pollution and high latency?
Nop. I netinstalled the router, killed eveything off, literally no setting in, except few likes to enable basic functionality. The router was literally naked.It could be the PPPoE.
Just tried it = 12MBit difference.Have you tried with:
/interface bridge settings
Just tried it. Without Fasstrack CPU load is up to 65% and speed is about 22 MBit lower.Did you try deactivating fasttrack, as illogical as it may sound?
Yes. Both current and upgrade firmware.Did you update the firmware too?
How and where??Use hardware bridge.
That is nice to hear. Will probably give it a try to test.It can be but I have chatted with him through email and he is very sincere and patient.Thanks. Seems like a good value, tho I must say that the guy's mannerism on his site is unneededly brash.
Would have loved a WinBox solution also. Oh well.
Tested it, and it works. 128 bit key, Aa#.I'm not sure about the user password; as for the shared secret, a 128-byte random string (i.e. 256 hexadecimal characters) is the best one you can have.
I enabled OpenVPN and L2TP/IPsec. Second one seems more practical for use, as it is simpler to set up and both Mac and Windows have client built in. OpenVPN seems like a hassle to use.PPTP is very unsecure, use other more secure tunnels, for example sstp, ipsec.