/ip firewall nat add chain=srcnat src-address=<private ip> action=src-nat to-addresses=<public ip> to-ports=0-65535 /ip firewall nat add chain=dst-nat dst-address=<public ip> action=dst-nat to-addresses=<private ip> to-ports=0-65535
/ip firewall nat add chain=srcnat src-address=<private ip> action=src-nat to-addresses=<public ip> to-ports=0-65535 /ip firewall nat add chain-dst-nat dst-address=<public ip> action=dst-nat to-addresses=<private ip> to-ports=0-65535
I believe GWISA already have Winbox version 10 released on year 2030 ..GWISA, make sure you point to the method how to connect from WinBox to custom port =)
???I thought user manager could do this, but it will not answer radius requests on port 1812.
I'm thinking if we find a way to make it work with one ROS, why waste resources & use two?I don't know why you people don't interested in my web-proxy solution with 2 MT OS?
Finally GWISA understand ..
chain=prerouting action=mark-packet new-packet-mark=disallowed passthrough=no content=application/octet-stream
/ip dns set allow-remote-requests=yes
You should also familiarise yourself with something called the Fresnel Zone... combine tis with reflections, and you are destined for interesting times!Hello
How can lowering a grid 2 meters on a pole make it so much better?
."...(10mW) per Mhz EIRP for other modulation types"
Use IP route with routing mark, and add the third rule in your ip routes rules - routing mark=table, action lookupDefault Gateway => Router1 IP
Routing Mark = Subnet2Route => gateway = Router2 IP; !subnet1
those who will know how to knock will be able to access router.
we were actually working on something similar ourselves! nice work! please comment if this is something you like to see by us or David
I activated nstreme on one of my wireless wds links and it's working. According to the manual, "WDS cannot be used on Nstreme-dual links".
My understanding is it's the other way around - if you need PPTP, enable GREif you need gre, enable pptp helper
*coff* daughterboard *coff*2 miniPCI interfaces.rb500 series support only 2 pcmcia interfaces.
Doubtful about this - I've never got it to work wthout cycling the power... on any version, even the latestrun the 2 command above twice in a row. . . and it should take effect without reboot. Also, one or two versions disabled this, so make sure your on latest version.
ehem - In eugenevdm's defence - RTFQI'm not sure why you would want to put a Hotspot on the ADSL interface, it should be sufficient to put the LAN and Wireless interfaces onto a Hotspot.
Absolutely... a 112 is only really good for a CPE, not an AP15-20 users on a RB112? Sounds like CPU utilization is maxed out. Check your system resources. Uninstall any packages you don't use/need.
Use a magnetic compass and binoculars - we hit 40km+ links about 95% of the time, first time, with a little tweaking to get the best signal...3: How the heck I will point the antennas to each other with bare eyes at 35 miles apart
Good thing you mentioned that - hadn't thought of netinstall/serialnetinstalling it will always clear away your settings, unless you also solder off the serial port and deny admin access (so that he can not turn on boot from network