Moved to "General" as "RouterOS v7 BETA" section is only for problem reporting.
@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Wireless Advanced Channels feature has a rather limited applicability, meaning just a small number of (mostly outdated) boards support it.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.
This is plain wrong. Can you name at least one switch feature that is available in SwOS but not RouterOS?Yes it is capable of running routers but the main functionalities of a manageable switch are lost
That's correct. In general for PtMP you need to use a device with license level 4+ as an AP (CPEs can be on license level 3). This is also true for 60G.Or we need one wAP 60G AP in Remote Location 1,
and two wAP 60G in other 2 locations?
You cannot do that in general. At least not when the corresponding traffic has already entered the VPN tunnel.How I can make sure that my firewall restrictions is applied even when user use VPN client
I believe the main reason was the ability to implement protocols like nstream and nv2.One question I asked myself multiple times is why MikroTik doesn't use the drivers from chipset vendors.
Will it also work for "rsa-signature-hybrid"?*) ipsec - added support for RADIUS accounting for "eap-radius" and "pre-shared-key-xauth" authentication methods;
Renaming users is not supported since 6.43 and Mikrotik clearly said that's not gonna be fixed.doesn't work renaming the admin user 0 again.
What's in the log? What is the factory firmware version?Tryed to downgrade from 6.44 stable to this release, but after reboot still show me 6.44 stable.. Seems like its not posible to downgrade to this longterm version.
Sounds like you are trying to fight the laws of physics. You'd better consider putting an inexpensive AP in each container.... and I want something that can distribute the signal through these container walls.
The country setting now has priority, so your superchannel won't work unless you have country set to no_country_set. The forum is full of discussions about this change...We use superchannel.
What is actual dependency behind this?
*) ike2 - send split networks over DHCP (option 249) to Windows initiators if DHCP Inform is received;
Here: https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:IP/Fasttrackok. where?Please read the documentation.
This is not a bug and cannot be fixed. This is how fasttrack works. Please read the documentation.Disabling fasttrack helps.Hope Mikrotik fix it soon
It has become a rather common situation lately.Just wondering why two versions have been skipped? Never seen that before
This is actually a documented behavior...It seems that bridge gets it's MAC automatically from the first port connected to it - dynamically changing this whenever the config change is made....
Look at the very bottom of this wiki page (in the "Winbox" section).Can you provide link to the documentation
Current TX power readings are not supported for 802.11ac-capable wireless cards. That's a known (and documented!) limitation that has always been there.Current TX Power = 0dBm
I have a theory that they may want to support 6.40.x line (the last release branch before the bridge overhaul) for an extended period of time, hence the "long-term". This does not justify, however, renaming "current" to "stable".bugfix-only/long-term named 'stable' instead?
Indeed!Perhaps "current" really was the correct name.
Write an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgWhere is bugreport page or bugtracker?
!) cloud - added command "/system backup cloud" for backup storing on cloud (CLI only);
As I understand, RouterOS only supports in-kernel HW crypto acceleration, which means it works for IPsec phase2 only. OpenVPN is currently out of luck no matter what board you have.Hardware Acceleration for AES (OpenVPN protocol)?
What switches? Please specify exact model(s).I have been using these switches
We are talking about this: viewtopic.php?t=121039#p595087What are you talking about?
v6.40.8 includes patches to fix known vulnerabilities including latest winbox port vulnerability.
This is a multicast address that has something to do with IGMPv3. May be related to IGMP proxy or UPnP.Why the router tries to connect to ip 188.8.131.52?
This is a user forum. Mikrotik staff responds on forum occasionally, but in general all (potential) bugs should be reported to support@ via email.Do you respond to requests from the forum or bugfix create a new bug ?
Please note that it is currently limited to only 8 clients at a time. See page 16 of the 60G presentation from the MUM in Berlin.Let's see how many client we can hook up.
As Chupaka mentioned aboveAs for scrolling with the mouse/trackpad within managed routers list - we can not reproduce such problem locally.
In Windows 10, the problem appears with disabled "Settings -> Devices -> Mouse -> Scroll inactive windows when I hover over them".
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:I ... encryption*) tile - added "aes-ctr" hardware acceleration support;
Can someone explain to me?
Very likely a browser cache issue. Have you tried clearing the cache and/or using another browser.Hi, anyone any idea why the WebFig of 6.41 behaves different on two identical boards (RouterBOARD 952Ui-5ac2nD)?
It is likely a hardware limitation. It has never been possible to set more then one port as a master-port on any device with a "small" switch-chip on board.Is this intended? Shouldn't hw-offload trigger for all of the eligible bridges and not just one at a given time?
I'm wondering if you understand that this way you test how fast the btest itself works. And the results of such "test" has nothing to do with how fast your router can forward traffic, i.e. pretty much useless...just run TCP bandwitch test to 127.0.0.1.
That depends. One important thing to note is that UserManager is not supported on RB3011 (nor any other ARM-base RouterBOARD) yet.will i be able to create user logins??
Those values a way too high. For the best user experience the tx-power of your APs should never exceed the max. tx-power of your wireless clients, which lies in the range from 13dBm to 17dBm (depending on the channel) for an average smartphone or tablet.I set 5Ghz at 23db and 2.4Ghz at 17db.
From my experience, the best working multi-AP setups is the ones where 2G coverage is as close to the 5G coverage as possible for each AP in the setup.in some cases you need to lower 2,4ghz to levels as low as 5dbm, sacrificing too much coverage, only suitable for high density setups
Your camera requires 802.3af type of PoE, whereas RB260GSP only supports Passive PoE.Bought Mikrotik 260GSP to power up my HikVision DS-2CD2020-I Camera.
Why the hell it doesn't work with POE switch?
Implements rfc4372, I guess.What does this feature do?*) wireless - added support for CHARGEABLE_USER_ID in EAP Accounting;
It does not re-transmit anything during attack. It's an attacker who replays the message 3 that was originally transmitted by the real AP.Apparently AP can mitigate this by "bending" the standard 4-way handshake and instead of re-transmitting message 3...
It was mentioned in the changelog for the original 6.39 release, so should be fixed in the latest 6.39 release as well.Unless I'm blind I didn't see it mentioned in the system -> packages brief release notes.
Wrong!!! KRACK is a pure client-side attack. Patching AP will give you nothing.You can fix the 4-way handshake issue either at the client side or at the Access Point side. ... So it's good practice to also fix it at the AP side:-).
This has been fixed in the initial 6.39 release, so this particular release should be absolutely fine/safe to use on tile with HW-accelerated IPsec.is this fix present in this bugfix version?tile - fixed IPSec hardware acceleration out-of-order packet problem, significantly improved performance
RA is not a prefix delegation technique. RA allows you to use IPv6 on your router only, not in your LAN. Ask you ISP for a true PD support.My ISP delegates /64-prefixed IPv6 address through router advertisements (RA).
I’m still not sure how this is supposed to work.