of course, the slash is escaping the dot so that it doesn't mean what a dot usually means in a regular expression (any char, any number of preceeding chars, whatever it is).
Makes sense now.
That's a good point. With Active Directory there are many hierarchies in the DNS.. I missed that with my *.phillipcarroll.local
Better use these two for philipcarroll.local and *.(*.(*.(...))).philipcarroll.local:
Yes I agree it is this. Common Windows 10 problem. Usually after connecting once this long-winded way, you can connect again via the network connections popup in the corner.Other is you need to connect using start->settings->VPN->the VPN you want to connect and click on connect there
I guess... maybe. I'm using the supplied PSU with the wapAc though.Or something burns it...I'm up to my third now in the past few months :-/well no, they work just fine for many many years...
All from the same batch though, maybe I got unlucky.
I'm up to my third now in the past few months :-/well no, they work just fine for many many years...
Only now, with this thread to you. Hopefully you can put it on the agendaLike I said, did anyone reported these problems to support?
That's a really interesting one. I hadn't thought to check that!Another important check is:
check if you have static entrien on IP/DNS/Static
i found DNS A Record and CNAME to fake mikrotik download site
maybe for download an altered version of routeros