I hoped that MT's forwarder used common entries for both IP protocols similarly to dnsmasq "address".
Anyway, thanks for helping me Sob
Well said!Because, for each service it is LOGICAL to have an option what interfaces (or even IP's) to run it on. It is not job for firewall to block it.
But as we all know, logic, user friendliness and usability ar enot strong sides of Mikrotik.
Well, I'm with them for that. However this is just a front-end selection of an already used setting. Nothing that affects stability in any way.Maybe MT prefer 'stable' connections, not 'fast'
I've tried many different types, capacities and manufacturers but yet to find one that works. Why MT don't tell us what microSD cards they used for testing?Guys any news on the Micro-SD ? which type of Micro-SD will work ?
From my experience, anything that went "more open" became buggier and less supported too. That's why I always liked using dedicated "closed" products like MT, Cisco and the rest.I hope Mikrotik becomes more OPEN!!!!
Nope, I'm in the same boat as you. Many many times I wished there was some kind of 451G (or 452G) available.So am I the only person that runs into this problem on a regular basis??
Not only mikrotik. Most proxy servers face similar issues with such pages.This mean that mikrotik proxy does not suport this kind of pages??
I too wish there was such an option in RouterOS.Would be nice if there was a G/N option. 802.11b can go to hell.
Nice to hear that! I too think it's the best place to measure the average board temperature.it is somewhere between on oe switch chips and CPU. That is why i can show temperature like that as it receives heat from Gbit switch, that usually are hot and a cpu.
Hmm, that's too bad. Really hate the idea of advertising the proxy server in use or having absolutely no control on HTTP headers being sent.You cannot remove or modify that header.
I'll keep that in mind next time. BTW this should be clearly specified in RouterOS upgrade documentation.here every rb450g takes about 3 ~ 5 minutes at most!
Click with your mouse on the MAC address instead IP and Winbox will connect just fine.So, now it seems to boot. With Winbox I can see the MAC address but the IP is 0.0.0.0 and therefore I cannot connect.
I was wondering Tom if the two switch groups could be chained together. Not the best workaround but it might work for some.It's really too bad that these switch chips don't have a really high speed bus that allows you to gang them together.