Thanks. Yes, that seemed to be my issue.
Just one question, what if I want the Multiple PB's to be on the same layer2 segment? Is that not possible because the cascade ports can't be in a bridge?
I have formally requested Mikrotik add modern telemetry in the form of gRPC
Adding MQTT support from this point would be trivial.
Your first quote says otherwiseI always set WiFI channels to manual mode ...
What would be great is (in v7) is to be able to run docker containers so that we can run custom applicationsLike written above, this request doesn't make any sense.
Docker is used to run applications.
RouterOS is an operating system.
Use CHR images.
confirmed on my sideWith that beta series somehow I see only "wlan60-station: link-up" messages in the log, but no "link-down" ones. It is only a half of good to know information about the link state. Hope it is relatively easy fix to make.
Guess a lot changes in 7 years
It is fair for MikroTik to fix an issue with a standard that later gets updated and moves on past the fix.
Mikrotik 60 GHZ@66000 MHz ???2nd problem - I see only 4 frequencies - there is no 66000 MHz option
On Mikrotik is not possible, but as an ISP you can apply for a GGC.
https://peering.google.com/#/options/go ... obal-cache
@800m 1.2Gbps is this total throughput (i.e. 600mbps fullduplex)?LHG to wAP
Currently working at about 800 meters with 1.2 Gbps+ throughput
Full speed a bit under 700 meters. Distance depends on altitude and humidity levels.
you forgot the christmas gift?
CRS PoE switches
it was promised for Q4
?Allow through only what you need.
Drop everything else.
-Security by obscurity.
ip firewall filter add chain=forward src-address=192.168.2.100 dst-address=192.168.5.0/24 action=accept
Always use your LAN subnet as the target, specify the uplink interface as a Destination.
You can then use the default download and upload PCQs, and just modify those.
This is assuming you use v6.
If you're going to take time to post an answer atleast answer itsearch on the forum and you get the answer.
since Nv2 relies on hardware accuracy for some features, we can't do the same in x86, because every device is different. so the result is not so good as in RouterBOARD.
Some things are easier made than others. OpenVPN is not an easy thing to make properly.Why use the "people do need it" argument here?
add disabled=yes disk-images=cdrom:pfSense-2.0-RC3-i386-20110621-1650.iso memory=512MiB name=PFsense.kvm vnc-server-display=3
Yeah, that's the one.Proberbly reffering to this "CONTROLLER (Level 6) $250.00"...