1) No, Access Manager DOES NOT support Speed Limit Burst.Hello rahulmkhj,
I am wondering is access manager supports, speed limit burst for mikrotik hotspot and ppp users?
If you're facing issues setting AM up, please post it on forum.accessmanager.inI really need help in setting up Access Manager on my Ubuntu Server. Hoping to hear from you soon.
I already did that, but I realized what I was doing wrong.
I disabled Bridge > Settings > Use Ip firewall and now I can reach 500 mbits nothing more yet... but I will keep trying to reach more performance.
Thank for your help and wasted time
It should be .. and trying doesn't cost ..Thanks for reply!
add action=drop chain=forward disabled=no dst-port=!80,443 hotspot=from-client protocol=tcp
such variant is possible?
What do you want to accomplish? Simultaneous sessions limit? or limited sessions .. i.e. time-limit data-limit etc.hello PPPoE session limit per user How can I put?
Following gives you list of all connected clients:I connected Access point via mikrotic PPPoE server . how I know the client connected to access ??
/ppp active print
Did you tried login with google/OpenID?? That module have issue and isn't working yet ..Thanks for your quick answer. I try to register to the forum, but it doesn't work: I got "Could not open socket" after sending registration data.
You must be trying to login with the credentials mentioned above.wrong username ...
Hey!great work but only hotspot any plan to launch pppoe support
I suggest you find Access Manager on Facebook or follow us on twitter @accessmanager . And be the first to know as it launches.Keep Checking - Looks real good.
Can't wait to test with some Access Points.
Please remember to email us when we can sign up and test.
corrected. Check Now.can't login to the system. perhaps in-correct credential.
Thanks for your appreciation. But, as we're just about to launch, hotspot itself requires a lot of effort on it. Thus, no plan for pppoe in near future. Lets see how long it takes for pppoe to be there.great work but only hotspot any plan to launch pppoe support