Sure. But what if you want to mark a connection so that packets on the same connection do not require processing, like VOIP?
If you allow queue tree processing to continue and another rule matches, what happens?
Were you able to access interface data (e.g. create link and see interfaces and bitrates per interface) or did you just walk the device and create custom probes? I can do the latter, not the formerI did.
I will bite. What type of creativity must be used to work with the database in 4b3?If you are using the newer Dude, it would require a little more creativity.
/ip firewall layer7-protocol add comment="Speedtest" name=speedtest-servers regexp="^.*(get|GET).+speedtest.*\%CONTENT%quot;
Okay, but then how do I not limit local bandwidth?dst=bridge2 is problem, as soon as you enable use-ip-firewall bridge-ports are used as interface.
eeasiest is to take that option out.
When I do this, the terminal session crashes. The save-file-name option is not listed in the manual either (http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Spectral_scan). Are you sure? (I am on 6.0RC10)Code: Select all
/interface wireless spectral-scan duration=20 range=5ghz save-file-name=remotescan
Using a range does not make a difference. Also, I have even tried an auto-scan and adding without services, and it made no difference.Maybe use a range instead of /24 to auto discover?