OK, thank you once again for the excellent and 'to-the-point' advice.
I have added the IP addresses to the vlan70 interface (the same interface that the other WAN IP is on) just to mitigate any future issues that you have mentioned
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seriously, whats bitten you??No the issue is with the person who controls the computer, they need a spanking!
I'm using mikrotik, so thought maybe there is an issue on my configI think you want this forum.......
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i had the exact same issueWe've found the cause of the OSPF errors (ms-configured switch) but the PPPoE drop outs still remain
Correct. I had this issue and solved it this way.Run OSPF only on one subet connecting both routers. Check whether RouterIDs are unique.
Please refer to attached picWhich part of which document do you have in mind?Does this mean the wiki is incorrect?
Because it was rather large, but I've did as you said.Why not just cut and paste and use the code block in the FONT line a the top of the EDIT block.
My firewall/AV setup
blocks pastebin LOL.
Well, the original post is a very simplified version of my config. My actual config is more complex. Could I PM you my output?post your config
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Please let me know how to do thisAdvertise other subnets as external.
This is inaccurate, I tested the CRS3xx method on the Atheros8327 chip, but New VLAN ID is not supportedAlso models with QCA8337, Atheros8327, Atheros8316 switch chips seem to be able to use the same method as for CRS3xx, but their rule tables are smaller.
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But it does not do this. [I adjusted it to myisp.com of course]If you add mine before them, it will allow queries for specific hostname
Thank you to the previous poster for the workaround, since he said it is not ideal. I am eager to know what your solution was. Please post it for our benefitWhy not drop DNS to everything except where you need it ?
What type of link will deliver 500mbps? Are you positive that it will be the same price as buying 5 x ptp radios?
And buying 5x Mikrotik links, then you are Abel tu buy one link who can deliver 500MBit directly
Thank you for the reply, but please do not raise my hopes of a solution without reading my post till the end.Hi
you can backup from old UM and Restore it to new UM
from maintenance menu in UM
And i cant export from the Maintenance Tab in User Manager due to no space.
I see, thanks for the info. So is there a solution?BitTorrent uses multiple TCP sessions. If the upload becomes saturated due to the BitTorrent client attempting uploads then sessions being used for download may also show reduction in throughput due to their ACKs being delayed/lost.
im not really sure buddy, how would i check that? here is a screenshot of my settings on the sip deviceHi
are you use UDP Protocol for sip registration or TCP?
add action=set-priority chain=forward comment=dscp_42 disabled=no dst-port=\ 443 new-priority=1 passthrough=yes protocol=tcp
The client receives an ip from the pool. There is NAT setup on the main AP. Yes, clients see the AP of course.by any change, you have ip addresses set ip and oyu have NAT set up? Do your clients see your AP?
yes, thats what i mean. when one client is accessing gmail and other clients are downloading then for the period it takes to login to gmail everything else gets slower and all speed goes to the one client accessing gmail.you can't make anything faster, unless you make the other stuff slower
no, when i try to ping from client it cannot ping unless mikrotik can pingbut are you always able to ping from the client computer?
Then maybe all other traffic is blocked? because no other traffic is able to go through, i'm struggling with this for around 6 months nowYou cant forcibly redirect non http traffic to a proxy. The customers would have to specify the proxy and the application would have to be proxy aware..
thanks for the reply.. but it doesnt go through, i could send you my backup file if you will be willing to check pleaseI do not see reason, why POP3 should not go through the router with current configuration.