Be a little more specific of what you are wanting to do? Do you want to load balanace, failover, policy routing, etc?i have two internet connections, i want to use on mikrotik router rb 12000
I just experienced this same thing with 6.10 on a ccr1016. Haven't had time to look further into it yet and submit a supout to support.When I try to connect with MikroTik L2TP client, it just sits and does nothing. I have tried PPTP and that works.
CHARL13 -- you're bumming me out man, I'm experiencing the same problems, and cbrown's NAT settings have never worked for me.
Can you please post your working settings with export?
huh?Can you let see a printscreen from configuration of this?
You should be fine as long as you have a good clear LOS.does the Sextant G 5 able to support the bandwidth of site1 to site2?
This is what we do for the majority of our links. We previously used the 711s but now use the 911s. Everything works great.I ask because I'd like to make my own SXTG-like gear using bare RB91x and antenna enclosures from a third party
If I was feeling lazy and didn't want to put anything together this is what I would use. If properly configured you should see throughput anywhere between 150-200.So far it looks like the SEXTANT G 5HPnD may fit- Anyone an idea what throughput I can get under good circumstances?
I have also experienced this.Also throughput seems to have declined. Back on 5.XX I used to have 300/300 rates all day. Now their struggling by 270/243, sometimes even 240/240. With 300/300 I could push ~180-200mb speedtest UDP. Now I'm hitting 150-160 with 6.1
/ip firewall nat add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-port=8083 protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.88.223
Correct. There is the 2011UAS-2HnD that has wireless built in. You could switch out the rack mount version or just add an external AP like a Groove, Metal, or even 951.So I guess what your saying is that there's no way to retrofit my current routers to support the native wireless options?
SureIs it possible to configure single WAN interface with two ips(Radio+Fiber) to do the failover.