Mikrotik drags a lot farther behind than that. What are we at... 6 years on incomplete wifi 5?Currently many MikroTik WiFi devices include IPQ4018 or IPQ4019 chipset. The next generation will probably use IPQ60xx chipset. So when everybody else sells WiFi6E in 2022, MikroTik starts with WiFi6.
Here's the screen shot that matters...Well, no. The new wireless package contains firmware and drivers for multiple 802.11ax chipsets. Take a look at the screenshots above.6 years behind?
No references at all to WiFi 6?
Yeah... It's called RouterOS!
Uhh huh... And what was the actually reporting throughput at the device?Thank you for the results.~500 Mbps download with 2x2 client very close to Chateau (no wifiwave2 for Chateau - not expensive enough I guess).
Honestly... I get really tired of testing Mikrotik wireless.Do you have the possibility to do some iperf3 tests?I got in the 300s 4 feet away at the office since moving to 6.48.
Still 200M off the mark once you flip manufactures.
Let's get back on topic.guys, you run bit offtopic.... :)
New wifi drivers are in "Development" release.thanks rOOt. I will try to get a compex card.
I can't imagine to not using the RB4011 when now the new Wifi drivers are released...! Would be a pity...
My CCR is also about that old... but it has been kept current.I have a CCR1009 which is almost 5 years old and it has been updating fine - I keep it current, so at one point was on 6.33 or earlier.
I get that.It's not L2TP that I'm an trying to get to work. It's an ipsec site to site vpn between firewalls. I can get L2TP to work ok.
nobody has 40 locations liar
If you don't mind slowing your throughput to a crawl... Go right ahead and do this.The easiest way is to use capsman forwarding mode, by defining the bridge in capsman datapath configuration and not enabling local forwarding traffic for the new ssid will be sent to the bridge without vlans.
HahahaOLD issue/topic. No fix.
Move it to trash (where the crs354-48G/P should be also).
AudienceIt doesn't make sense to use CAPsMAN on the (single) device it is managing. So, no...just config the hAP ac2 as preferred.
I use CAPsMAN if there are three or more accesspoints involved.
Aside from all the mikrotik WiFi glitches... lowering power level like this has worked for me too.I am (and it is working perfectly)So in caps-man we are supposed to lower transmit power.
So in caps-man we are supposed to lower transmit power.From the Wiki:
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:C ... e_TX_power
Changing vendors would be "more stable".I meant: would a CRS326 running RouterOS be a more stable solution?
EOIP... Its like stretching a long cable between 2 tiks. EVERYTHING goes across it.From my limited knowledge its a really cool and easy way to add two separate locations and make one of them 'part of the others LAN'.
It means that it's POE was still active despite the fact that the switch seemed completely locked up.What does this mean ?During lockup...
It still provided POE to a hAP AC2 and to a 5 port 260
/IP firewall filter exportOn RB I have PPTP VPN server, open ports for applications.....everything works OK except outgoing connection to remote PPTP VPN server from PC behind RB.
Does anybody know why?
Local Forwarding... always local forwarding... Covered again and again in this thread.@gotsprings
You are using local mode forwarding or caps man forward mode?
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