Thanks guys for the fix! It works great on my Cat S60. Now I reach an air rate of 150Mbps, which is the same speed as in the opposite direction.
That sounds good.Yes, ether8 - PoE in 12-58V
http://i.mt.lv/routerboard/files/CCR-10 ... 083901.pdf
It depends on what you want to do. In general, this isn't necessary and it wasn't before.So it's not anymore necessary to create a bridge interface then add the port of ether2(trunk) and the vlans?
I would like to know this too.Hijacking a little - normis can you confirm/deny if dual PSU will make its way to 1036 models?
It's DR/BDR. Do you think that it will speed-up the convergence when static neighbours are used?How are the network segments configured? e.g. Is a DR/BDR election involved or are the neighbours static. Just wondering where the delay is coming from...
+1How's the reliability of your CCR been for you with that amount of bandwidth? Would appreciate any feedback you have (good or bad). I'm afraid to put mine in production :/
+1I don't see any peer configuration on Mikrotik you have to configure at least one peer so BGP can do anything
/routing bgp peer add name=TEST remote-address=172.31.55.29 remote-as=[REMOTE-AS] ttl=default
We see this too. It's because BGP runs on one core only.Do you also experience one core almost always at 100% load? How much does it take a route state-change to be applied? On my CCR (3 IPv4 full views and 3 IPv6 full views) it takes almost 20 minutes.
"No direct Link permitted"http://hostpicture.eu/upload/big/2013/0 ... be23ba.pngI can't open the pic, so I can't see anything.
SSH is ok too.well i ssh to the ccr and ping from terminal, but yes.
So you can also access the CCR via Winbox but you can't ping a host on the Internet from the CCR (Tools/Ping)? Right?No. When the CCR is connected to the switch I can ssh to the switch from a desktop on the LAN but can't ping out from router to the internet.
Like "gotsprings" said, try a Layer2 Tunneling Protocol such as EoIP. Alternatively you could run WINS Server.Try eoip.
That's a good hint. Maybe I have accidentely clicked on that tab. I will keep an eye on that. If it never happens again, it was just my fault.SwissWISP, check if you have not sected different firewall rule ordering. That could explain rules changing order.
http://www.mikrotik.com/download/share/ ... .0rc14.npkWhere did You get RC14?
Well, I would check the connection. It looks like your connection is flapping.Yeah. It's a direct connection via fiberoptics.
Yes, I don't think it's related to BGP. We run BGP on our CCR and I don't have such problems.It`s the wrong way to find problem... becouse I dont have BGP and I have problem always after 2-3 days TX drops..
Layer 7 filters use always more CPU than others. I would say try it and you'll see...Great, thanks folks! Do you think it will consume many CPU resources?
If it can be filtered correctely, I'm sure this is the best solution, because IP-Subnets can change without notice.the better is to use layer 7...
Well... that's the problem. Maybe you can find a list of all Subnets announced by AS15169.Thank you for reply. Do you know how can I get the list of youtube IP addresses? I googled "Youtube IP address list" but I wasn't able to find it.
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Well, that sounds good. Thanks for your reply!I emailed Mikrotik about 8 months ago with photos of a similar arrangement on Juniper EX switches. I got a response back saying they were considering it for future products.
Or maybe my english skills... I didn't even understand everything in your last post Anyway. I think everything related to this topic is said.Perhaps it was more related to my poor English language skills, it was sounding rude, but not in the meaning of mine.