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 email@example.comWhere 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 22.214.171.124?
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.