You mean like paying a second time for a "feature" you already bought? Mmmmmm...what about offering a bounty for OpenVPN to Mikrotik?
You mean the problems that plagued metarouter for months are finally fixed?Run openwrt on metarouter and set up ovpn from there. That would be the best you can currently do.
Interesting question, waiting for the answer too.How to assign selected core to work only with selected interface at MikroTik x86 machine?depending on configuration, if you have a lot of interfaces, you can assign cores to interfaces and distribute load that way
Totally irrelevant and useless./tool e-mail send server=[:resolve smtp.gmail.com] ...I cant't wait 2013-2014 so we could end up seeing FQDN as smtp "server" option. Oh yeah.
+1, thank you.Missed this one - thank you, MartinEmrich!I used this tutorial http://blog.poettner.de/2011/05/27/open ... rd-411750/. Don't forget to move to Port 2 after flashing...
Hourrayh!!What's new in 5.17 (2012-May-28 12:34):
*) tool email - added starttls option;
I kind of want to be in the Mikrotik meeting where they decided to add Samba server and not fully functional NS. Just to hear how that conversation went.
I may have not been really clear: my script should need the "write" policy (it changes a parameter value), but it hasn't, and still behave like it has it (since the value is finally changed).Maybe it's because it needs to "write" a value into the smtp variable.
They may have no idea how angry future ex-consumers can cripple a business.eastern european developers can be vengeful bunch...
Exactly.I think, he wanted to say "Why do you release firmware for unreleased hardware?"whats unclear about this sentence? you wanted us to publish the names of future products in a changelog?added support for unannounced products.
Kinda doing it M$ style, every MT user is a beta tester (especially those participating in this forum)...i hope mikrotik sets a beta tester team, and testing the OS on many different hardware, including its own ROUTERBOARD, before releasing it to the public.
Sooooo, anyone who upgraded to report if graphs issue is finally resolved?What's new in 5.9 (2011-Nov-29 14:32):
*) ntp client - faster initial synchronization;
That's not gonna happen either, as metarouter users on 450G seems to have unsolved issues yet. :/that will not happen, we have no plans to have multi-boot options. you can use MetaRouter for this purpose.
Ok, thanks.Logs do get entered for upgrade error messages and are available once the router has fully booted.Errr, isn't update output happening before routerOS even loads? I'm not sure there won't be any entry except on console itself.what log says about update?
Is there any plan for a gigabit router (450G-like) supporting jumbo frames? I mean, seriously, a Gb network device that is limited to 1500 mtuThe most useful stat is a higher MTU.
I recently updated from v4.17 to v5.4 and still graphs resetted after each reboot of my 450G (NTP servers on internet, need pppoe interface to come up first).Anyone tried the new 5.4 and graphs? Do they still disappear?
Sorry, I'm relatively new to routerOS, I don't know any version before 4.17, so I can't deduce some general tip from this.if it was true, what if I want to downgrade to 3.30,that many versions I have to do it one by one?
Yeah, I'm thinking about this too, I observed that in v5.0.only 2 dynamic host in host table 1 in a ether interface (winbox desktop mac) and another on UNKNOWN interface (it may be this is the switch-cpu interface, but named (unknown)
Is it the only officially supported way to downgrade, or is it at least the safest?You need to use the netinstall to downgrade