I tried it only once before, on the old 7.0beta3 or 4, it didn't solve a problem.What happens if you log in and system->reset configuration with "no default configuration" checked?
I have only one queue on this router. Is queue tree better in this scenario?Well queues are CPU consuming and if i remember right simple queues use only 1 core, it is a single threaded process...
So maybe in your case it would be best if you used queue trees...
What about NAT problem on router with lots of dynamic interfaces? (Connection tracking table gets recalculated on each connect/disconnect)Rather get another CCR or two and split your clients up by vlans.
It's hard to find any info about parent queue sizes. I'll try to dig some more info.Just a thought: as it is right now each child queue needs to borrow from parent for each and every packet.
I tried to put local address to SA Src.Address on RB1100. It's now established, but I can't access the other end - ping timeout.You should use your local addresses on the RB1100 not the public address outside the NAT.
Current CPU processors from AMD and Intel have max safe temperature 70C, but their threshold set in BIOS is much higher, at 85-104C by default.This is completely normal temperature for CCR router.
Is it impossible or just a bad practice?Don't do weird things unless you absolutely have to.
Thanks for a detailed explanation.Your configuration is correct.
The behavior you're seeing is correct.
You're mentioning per-user prioritization, which is not possible on mikrotik.It works when you need to limit individual users's bandwidth and at the same time control his/her flows like VoIP, www and p2p. What is there to prove? If that's what you're after, it works.
Dual QoS is a myth on mikrotik.dual QoS with PCQ can be re-invented to a single step solution - just put the PCQ as a queueing in the first step and make additional adjustments to the Queue Tree design.
I have one RB1100, so I using Dual QoS in one router.I understand. Have you considered Dual QoS (in one MT router) or two hop solution (use gigabit and powerful machines plz) one for client max limit and one for overall QoS selective drop?
Low latency QoS? I don't see any possibility of how to do it with current functionality.I disagree with the above post and what it quotes. Currently it is possible to make a good QoS config. But it is not easy.
DSCP is for packets marking, it allows other routers to not mangle different types of traffic. Just catch packets with DSCP value in mangle and prioritize them in HTB.did you even read the attached link?
They don't.First the queues will satisfy the limit-at
It's a best way to check if priorities does work.I don't prioritize ping at all because ping is not a tool to measure or to
value a connection.
Why you didn't read my post?Please help me out with this question, how to catch upload traffic ???
I have RB1100. I want to mirror all traffic from one interface to another but except traffic from/to udp port 999. Is it possible?You can make port mirroring on switch ports of RB1100,
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Sw ... _Mirroring
6 entriesAnd how many entries are in the list you are searching.
Wow, just wow.Look at this: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:API
There are PHP libraries on the wiki.