Big thanks for that!Yes cAPs do support redundant setups. Simply configure a second CAPsMAN exactly as the primary then in your cAPs, add the IP or name of the redundant CAPsMAN under the primary. Any changes to primary CAPsMAN have to be manually duplicated in redundant CAPsMAN.
I tried that to, no traffic comes in/out from ether2.What happens if you dont connect the public IP (WANIP) to the bridge.
Its not on my bridge and my setup works great with many vlans.
Probably because I am using routerOS and not some switch specific OS??
Yes.Just stating the obvious: the <public-ip-address> in line
surely includes subnet mask?Code: Select all
/ip address add address=<public-ip-addess> interface=pub1
I got problem with all wireless protocols including 802.11, at least for RB411 (300MHz) variants and some older SXT devices.So for all comments in this post.It is 100% sure that 802.11 working well in arm wireless devices or not?
We pationally wait! , but as with everything one can not wait forever, currently we have very few customers affected, maybe 2-3.For the other Questions.......
- wait for ARM fix
- wait for spectral scan
- wait for ROS 7
or change Brand......