we have more than 10 boxes mixed 2.9.46 and 2.9.50. It's not a version thing, because some of the 2.9.46 got frozen and the same about 2.9.50.Can't get to that box right now but it was probably a late version 2.9 on a RouterBoard 532. CPU usage wasn't an issue.
Haven't tried the ASA but it works fine using a PIX (v8) as the concentrator.
Please can you post some pics on here? or if you prefer in privateI have the RB333 and the Titan Box. It will fit and that is what I am going to use. Nice box, but would like to see the holes for the bulkhead connectors as double D instead of round.
Therefore only 3.X right?RouterBOARD 333 uses a different architecture, 2.9 isn't made to support it, so No.
RB192 uses the same as other RB100 series, so Yes it will work with 2.9.
Any plan for the outdoor case for RB333?
we haven't started selling indoor cases for RB333 yet, so you must be using the RB133 case, which will have similar problems with the larger RB333 device.
Hi again,that's HUGE! RB333 is 100x150mmIt is small 150x200 mm. one 100 mbit ethernet.what chip i dont know.As I said seller told that this board is 4x powerfull then 5xx RB.
Could we have more information on http://www.routerboard.com/ ?Is there still no sign of a release date/price? Checked with our distributor but they have heard nothing
we upgraded to 2.9.42 and it works much better. At least we do not loose the routes...Hi,
Upgrade to 2.9.42. We had the same trouble with versions before 2.9.41. The new version is much stable then 2.9.35-39.
what do you mean for the next version? next beta of 3.0 or you mean in 3.1?Not yet. Probably it will be in the next version.
just for curiosity: what are you using for production?using in 6 router test setup to test OSPF.
are you using the routing-test in production environment or just for testing?im using routing-test
any news about fixing OSPF?2.9.27 ospf routing-test works quiet fine. Anythink after that is broken more or less (dont know about last two distros, as they have some other bugs). That a 4 months of broken software, and no way to download 2.9.27 if someone does not have it - LOL.
let's say "not easy to find or to understand".it's not hidden, it's in the official wiki (link is even on top of this page, under the forum logo).
I am not interested in diversity, just wanted to use one antenna for RX and another for TX.I may be wrong, but I don'y think these cards support deversity.
If you want to have two antennas on one card you will need to use a splitter.
hum...well I will try to test it asap and see what happenshi ,Anyone using two antennas on these cards? (one for RX and another for TX)
already tried using 2 antennas on these cards, but seems it fail to function... dunno wats da problem...
thank you it worked nicelyOpen the wlan interface and click the advanced tab.
You will see > antenna mode: antennaB
antennaB is for the MMCX
antennaA is for the u.FL
Ubiquiti tech told me that ether one is fine.