viewtopic.php?f=14&t=116270Is there a specific fix in 6.38 for this issue ?upgrade to 6.38.x on all routers!
I have the same issue, global variables are not accessible through api. I meant,scripts runned by api can't read or modify global variables, at least in 6.38.1when you run the script, the globals inside the script does not change at all? Or where did you expect to see the output?
Good call. We have a month to try it, but at least tell us where to search!Version 6.39rc38 has been released.
Changes since previous version:
!) routeros - added support for new products and RouterOS features which will be announced at MUM EU (https://mum.mikrotik.com/2017/EU/info/EN);
http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=116270mpls - fixed crash on active tunnel loss in MPLS TE setups;
Can we ask what this entails?
Released new version 18.104.22.168.
* API-SSL support (alpha)
* Additional hotspot classes (credits: D-Bullock)
* Mikrotik time helper class (credits: D-Bullock)
* nuget support
thanks!In this example you can fnd out how to set up two VPLS tunnels over different paths
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Transpare ... S_extended
If LDP adjacency is maintained fine with targeted hellos, I would say that your link is having trouble forwarding multicast packets (LDP hellos). You can check that with sniffer.
thankslooks like a bug .. we will fix it in next version.
you can post your config?I configured ROS on my RB1000 the exact same way I have previously configured custom Linux firewalls.... Configured it the same and so far it appears to work the same.
Dunno about the RADIUS thing. Seems to me a backup RADIUS sever would be in order.
Why?You can overclock the RB600's to 533mhz. I wouldn't recommend it for production use though.
/system routerboard settings change-frequency frequency=533MHz