Sorry for flood... but GRE-problem is important too...thanks a lot, we'll wait.Yes, something is not quite right with the SFP+ interface on RB4011, we will look forward to fixing it asap!
Test with add-if-missing on interconnected ports on both ends does nothing...Not sure... I will try an report than.This is not a full config export.
And are you sue about always-strip?
Thanks, I will try.Yes. The dude was not subject to change for few years and it seems mikrotik is not going to change anything on it in near future.
Does it applicable for >6.41 dude installations?
Sorry for disturbing.We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused. Fix package for missing storage space has been temporary removed and will soon be updated to patched version.
Repartition does not help... Netinstall - great, but I have many device far from me, as I said - across our country...Do the repartition (if you use it) to one partition only(this helped me). If this is not your case, bad luck then, netinstall I suppose.HELP!
Thanks, but maybe anybody facing such problem... I think all x86 multi-core devices have it.Just a quick comment to point out that the official support channel is email to email@example.com. Mikrotik staff may or may not read this thread.
Multicore is working for now... but i have no load tests on this chipset. On board Ethernet is not supported.Is there MikroTik 5.0 final supporting Intel 82579V LAN and Intel P67 Chipset?
can anybody help?How to get snmp count of dynamic pppoe\pptp sessions?
thanks... bad news...It is not possible to manager router via VRF.
Also ppp servers/clients are not VRF aware.
Sorry for bump. Any clues?is it possible to have one vrf for internet table and pppoe interfaces and separate vrf for management (with nat possibility to internet vrf)?
UPD: question corrected.
Thank you for info. But the second box is not so new and it also has unknown pci devices... Can you help?I suppose you mean Intel Ethernet controller is not supported on your Sandy Bridge motherboard.
Currently there is no drivers for it.