Thank you RK; That might be even better.Maybe bridging ports 5 and 6, on different switch chips, would be even better?
I still have 1 RB1100 left to install; I´ll try and let you know my results.
Pretty expensive gigabit switch, huh?I solve this using the rb 1100 has a gigaswitch and the queue, conntrack and firewall rules with a X86 server with 2 giganics, the 1100 cpu can´t handle all the traffic.
What type of bus is using is irrelevant. What's relevat here is that it can't bridge more than 120Mbps through 2 gigabit ports from the same port group, nor between ports from two different groups.rb1100 does not use PCI bus.