yes, why not? you did not answer, actuallyWhy we should abandon 2.4GHz?
Should we abandon wirespeed 100Mhz or 10MHz as 1GHz is better?
Or maybe we should drop halfduplex in favor of fullduplex
We have this in the higher end devices https://mikrotik.com/product/hot_swap__ ... or_ccr1072
It would be nice if the dual power supplies in higher-end devices were hot-swappable and offered in 230V AC as well as -48V DC options.
Wow. My personal opinion, instead of blaming apps, these types of providers should re-think their network setup. Why would home users have to know such stuff?A customer just wanting to connect to internet using their own router would usually configure only the internet VLAN and PPPoE over that.
For any kind of funky setups, surely you need the normal MikroTik app, where a lot more options are available. This is for home users with no configuration needs.Home app - goes thorugh nothing to do with WAN setup.
What if its PPPoE? Does this just purely rely on a DHCP WAN?
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This feels contradictory :)Windows 10 requires the user to install a driver from a shady website, ROS feels like ancient technology man.