Wrong certificate, erlinden was asking about the certificate from download.mikrotik.com, i.e. the one from the page giving the error.Certificate is OK
Perhaps because you missed N in dowNload?mikrotik.com/dowload
NetFlow is an obvious choice for that kind of data.What do I use then to get traffic data from each client that I do use in Splunk for MikroTik?
Then what was your reference to 802.11 and MIMO about?Nowhere did I state that Spatial Multiplexing is Beamforming .... grrrr
Sounds plausible. I run Winbox (64-bit) natively on Win10. And (simply out of curiosity) I have just tested 32-bit version, which also works fine for me.I am running winbox (32-bit) under wine on a Debian system.
Maybe it behaves differently on a native Windows system?
I like these a lot! Please keep posting!Au contraire. MK has a superior QC department. They created the "obsessive compulsive TRAP".
Looks like it found a victim already.
This is a community forum, for support please look here: https://mikrotik.com/support.I struggled to find a Support section or separate Support forum
OP says phase 2 SA lifetime is 8h. Why would it rekey after just 30 minutes at all?30 minutes sound like failed rekeying.
That is normal, as expected, and is not the cause of your problem.I found something on the second devide. On that bridge and ether1 got the same MAC-Adress.
Good luck!..I need access to Linux for running own code written in C/C++ to implement the low-level part for an own high-performing advanced central firewall on switch devices (not router).
That is not an indication of memory leak on its own. Does the memory usage keep growing? How does it look over time? Do you have a graph to show?just 7 days uptime, free memory down from 80Mb to 65Mb
Please, please, please, go buy one and stop complaining here! It is cheaper and works better for you, so what's the point in doing what you are doing?Almost any Chinese device cost less then Mikrotik and performs better.
Yes, that's correct. Your device is 5GHz only.Since the model of my Metal is missing the 2 (5SHPn and not a 52SHP-n) can I safely assume it is not capable of 2.4Ghz?
Can you elaborate on this "same Wi-Fi" thing please? Do you mean associated with the same CAP in your CAPsMAN?Players on the same Wi-Fi can always see each other.
You wrote in another thread, that you don't have neighbors nearby and that the spectrum is free from other networks at your place. So, of course if does!This seems work in some conditions only, at least for me the 20/40 Ce gives better speed than 20 only.
Absolutely. Upgraded RouterOS on all 8 units from CAPsMAN, and once they all came back online rebooted once again to upgrade RouterBOOT (they all have /system routerboard settings set auto-upgrade=yes). All went smoothly.Lastly, are you able to upgrade firmware on your wAP ac normally.
Sounds like a DFS (radar detection) in action. What's the interface status?It reappeared later on after a reboot and then disappeared again.
How comes 6.45.9 contains a fix for something introduced in 6.46? In case the bug was "backported" from 6.46 it would be good to know what 6.45.x versions are affected.*) chr - fixed graceful shutdown execution on Hyper-V (introduced in v6.46);
What software? WinBox itself? WinBox is just a configuration tool for RouterOS powered devices. You cannot use it for anything else.2. The only Winbox facility on the MikroTik webpage I downloaded was software
It's wireless. I.e. it uses shared medium and is pretty susceptible to interference. So, you never know when it is really free...but link is free, and I'm the only user.
SCA (Single Channel Architecture). Basically the whole network "pretends" to be a single AP, so there's no roaming from the wireless client point of view at all.so how do seamless roaming work
You cannot bridge wireless interface in station mode. You can configure that, obviously, but it won't work. Try using station-pseudobridge (or station-pseudobridge-clone), but beware of the limitations.it's station mode
all interfaces are in bridge.
What's the problem with that?but the catch was CPU would hit 40% and sometime higher on my RB4011.
This is user forum. Support replies in some topics occasionally, but there's not guarantee they reply to your particular message. If you are looking for an official reply you should contact support@ and/or you supplier/distributor directly.Hey Mikrotik guys, where are you?
Why would one need to do that? What's the point?Ofcorse you can add a wireless interface in Station mode inside your Bridge in case lets say you want to assign the address to the Bridge and not to just your wireless interface...
It seems to be marked for outdoor use only here. Please change installation parameter to outdoor or any and see if those frequencies reappear.In my country, in Ukraine, the U-NII-3 range is allowed, but there is no U-NII-3 range in the frequency list
Well, you should write to support then.Thanks, you may be right. But I'd be glad if @support will comment on this too...
This is kinda expected for a repeater, no matter what kind of device you are using.Can I do some additional tweaks/config or this is the expected bandwidth for this device?
For your device this will be in both bridge and switch menus. Check out examples here: https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:B ... witch_chip.I need guide how to configure this and where (in bridge section, in swich)
cAP ac? Almost the same hardware (well, without USB and with only 2 Ethernet ports), but with 802.3af/at and PoE pass-through. And has already been available for a while...And at least one pass-through poe-out port please.
- HAP AC2 with 802.3af poe-input support (as cap ac does)
DECT means short range / indoors, right? What kind of problems are you going to solve using NV2 indoors?Actually I want to replace DECT cordless phones...
@scampbell, Wireless Advanced Channels feature has a rather limited applicability, meaning just a small number of (mostly outdated) boards support it. Just check this out: Wireless hardware table.
That means a packet with 802.1Q header that has VLAN ID field set to 0 (a reserved value that means VLAN ID is unspecified); however PCP and DEI fields are still in effect specifying priority, hence the name of the option.where it says "and priority tagged", what does that means?
Such reports are kinda useless, unless you also specify what RouterOS version you were using before the upgrade.after installing the latest beta to a RBM33G the RB is stuck in a reboot loop.
mistry7, If you were careful enough, you would see I was replying to mfr476, and not you. And looking at his/her screenshots I'd rather suggest he/she runs btest straight on the device being tested.If you Reed my answer Then you See i die test From Wap.60G and not from the Omnitik
Yes, it is the same. Not sure if it can be safely used for talking to UPS though.So I was wondering if CONSOLE port is same like serial port and can be used for talking to APC UPS ....
- Power it with a USB power bank and it will power your CPE over PoE, while you configure it
No, it should not. Everything else looks correct.Should the Bridge Local also include the eth1 port?
It is not surprising at all. I expect most people to be using this device to power other Mikrotik devices, and those are fine being powered by 24V Passive PoE.Strange decision from Mikrotik to bundle 24V with PoE router, but ...
Huh?WDS over ethernet ?
Go this way. There's absolutely no need to do anything more complicated than this in your case.Or just the same SSID on a different channel ?
In this case the delay is most certainly caused by DFS (radar detection). When a DFS-enforced channel is selected, a delay (before you see your SSID on air) of at least 10 minutes is always to be expected.I have it in auto.
I believe it tried to find a free channel and it was delayed.
What channel do you use? Perhaps, "now" means "once radar detection is complete"? Just guessing.I didn't see the 5GHz wireless.
Now work perfect, without any changes.