I've just always dragged and dropped the files into winbox.I used ordinary ftp to upload the files to the router
Do you use the user admin ???Code: Select all
ftp 192.168.1.88 Name (192.168.1.88:root): admin Password: ftp>bin ftp>hash ftp>mkdir cisco ftp>cd cisco ftp>put SIPDefault.cnf ftp>bye
Sorry I forgot to put that in my previous post. Those files are present but still get same error.Missing one file ??
http://www.norgie.net/documentation/cis ... ndex.shtml
Yes i do sorry. the logs don't even show the mikrotik hitting the server.You have the OpenVPN server and client and both have logs. It sounds like you're only looking at the Mikrotik logs; do you have access to the server logs?
Thanks for the response. that's what i was thinking but i didn't know where to start.You can make a script that monotors if your isp gateway is reachable and if not disable the vrrp interface untill the gateway is reachable again.
Genuine install straight from MS. 32bit version though. Don't know if that will make a difference.Nope. Everything works as expected since RP. Tried on RP x64 Pro and have it working on latest RTM x64 Pro. All versions are genuine.
Thats what i was looking for. Thank you very much guys. Have a great week.If you have an Omnitik mounted around 20ft with laptop 802.11a/n clients, clear line of site, 300ft should work. Indoors is dependent on what materials the building is made of.
Rough estimate, anyway.
Not P2P though... strictly as an Access pointWe have clients (SXT and Groove + 24dB ant) few kilometers away from Omnitik, no problem.
Sorry. What is the wireless distance I can get out of this device, configured as an access point?What is your question exactly?