If you post your WAN IP address, I can check the btest server and see if there is something stuck in my auto-updating queues and fw auto-timeout rules.Not working for me now, the other btest server that you linked in your original post works.
My bad for not reading the complete article - lolLifting mechanism, yes
Dan - you're a good manThanks Tom, I did browse through many pages trying to find the latest syntax but apparently missed it. Works great now, really appreciate it.
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/interface bridge set fast-forward=yes [find]
Fraction ; your suggestion appears to of workedTry to set Promiscuous Mode to ”accept” on vSwitch or portgroup properties? I have done similar setup couple years ago and cannot remember surely, but I have a hunch that this was needed to get it work.
Yes - my 220.127.116.11 public access btest server is on-line and working correctly.Is it still active ? i am getting stuck at 'connecting..'
It would be nice if Mikrotik came out with an optional ROS server package which would allow computers to perform http speedtests to a Mikrotik.I think it's much easier to add speedtest.net client - they have servers all over the worldNo, telling them to provide servers like ubiquiti do
My btest server 18.104.22.168 is still available to btest to.Are any of the servers still available to test 2 routers?
Disable hyper-threading on the physical computer in the BIOS.I don't see that setting, are you sure it is available in ESXi 6.0.0?
As for public btest access and posted here in this forum about any Mikrotik btest server(s) , My 22.214.171.124 btest server is the only one I know of at this time.i need bandwidth test server from Turkey location . please help me is is there any server in turkey.
I know a btest server in Europe would be used by manyCould be beneficial to someone if I would open the 100/100 Mbit/s public btest server in Europe? Just asking in advance...
This was a in-house lab x86 system (non-production - but live Internet connected) system we sometimes used to ping to and btest to. Because it was not production and stand-alone , it had no firewalls on it.What architecture is your potentially compromised system?
Downgrade ROS to old Version and use this to get the passwords....
https://github.com/BigNerd95/Chimay-Red ... /README.md
I can do that - just a matter of having the free spare time here at work.If you can mount possibly infected filesystem, you can also mount clean one and compare.
YUP - that worksThis is just yet another repetition of what we know already.
See post #14 for a work-around, while the madness of this thing continues.
Yup - if not a licensed CHR - it will run sllooowwww ( 1 or 2 meg max I think )Have you registered the CHR to your account? It has a limitation if it is installed and not activated to a MikroTik account.