This supports the idea in my post above, so add the masquerade rules and try again.
Try this from a command line. ":put" doesn't work in a script, but it will verify the rest of the script works.Code: Select all
:put [/ip address get [/ip address find interface=ether1] address]]
We are talking about a bridge, a link. Point to point.
One board working as station, is not showing a SSID, only bridge and ap bridge modes
I think bridge to station bridge
we don't sell 3G modems. We have models with miniPCI-e slot or USB port, depending on what kind of 3G modem you want to use. For example this offers both:
It only works for HTTPS when explicitly configured as a proxy in the client OS or browser. It doesn't work for HTTPS via NAT rules. That's inherent to HTTPS with all proxies, unless you have a wildcats cert for all domains that the client trusts.
Example: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:IP/DHCP_ServerApplies to RouterOS: v3, v4, v5+
Yes, if you have control over the physical network layout you can just make bridge filters for the relevant MAC addresses.
If you don't control the gateway and can't make changes to it you cannot possibly prevent people from routing traffic through that gateway.
you limit connection to 1 to a web serwer. A typical web browser opens several connections downloading HTML and pictures is separe connections, how would you solve this issue when limiting connection to 1 per HOST ?
What is your configuration for /system logging?
HotSpot is usually logged with topic info.
You may use HotSpot together with debug topic to see additional information about the HotSpot.
sorry can you traduce it in router os command please?Set the DHCP instance to add ARP entries for clients, a set the interface to disable dynamic learning of ARP.