As far as I know, all Routerboards perform LACP on CPU. So no Mikrotik device can provide wirespeed LACP, for instance, 20gbit/s passing through two aggregated 10G SPF+ ports. Gentlemen, am I correct about this or am I missing something?LACP support?
Oh, now I get it. Thanks!The important part is from-pool parameter. If you set it to same pool as DHCPv6 client creates, address will automatically take a prefix from that. That's why the example sets address=::1/64 but ends up with proper 2001:db8:1::1/64.
RouterOS is not a good choice for that. Seek for Linux/FreeBSD distributions that makes VPN as easy as "Next, Next, Finish". Good picks would be pfsense, ipcop, any regular Linux distro with the Webmin package.VPN concentrator.
Did you made the test and measurements with the same devices, in the same distance but without the glass blocking the way?Would it help by going 5GHz or setting up directional antennas?
Hi. Thanks for your help. I've made these changes as you suggested but the symptom remains exactly the sametry modifying your "VPN" ppp profile to have "Change TCP MSS" to "yes" and "Use Encryption" to "yes".
Hi Jonatas. You've forgot to mention the RouterOS version which you experienced this problem.Again occurred. iBGP routes with fangs disappear after the eBGP. I had to download all the Peers of CCR to normalize. When Mikrotik will fix this?
What a clever idea! That would generate really reliable data. Thanks.Sure, you can use a 100mbps USB Network Adapter. Then, measure the throughput through that adapter. You will find out the maximum throughput that can go all the way through the router from the USB port.