The text description does specify that it has a level 4 license.The hAP lite is equipped with a powerful 650MHz CPU, 32MB RAM, dual chain 2.4GHz onboard wireless, four Fast Ethernet ports and a RouterOS L4 license. USB power supply is included.
10/10. Would Wiki again.When enabled '/ip cloud' will send encrypted UDP packets to port 15252 to hosts that resolves from cloud.mikrotik.com.
Sorry; To my knowledge, there is not.there is should a common point (for example in Mikrotik itself) to see how much each device is consuming
You can append "log=yes" to your firewall rule, and optionally "log-prefix=" to apply a prefix to those log entries. "/log print" shows log if you're using terminal.sorry for my ignorance, but how do I enable that log? and how do I look at it?
I feel there may be something fundamentally flawed with your testing method. Are you attempting to test it by connecting to the external IP of your router from within your local LAN?that didn't work either...
Universal Plug n' Pwned? Why hand over control of your router to any internal device that wants it? In that case, Just open up ALL the ports; it's just as secure and at least then nobody else can make changes to your NAT and firewall policies without your knowledge.Have you enabled UPnP?
Older releases are considered "Not officially supported" and are not available on the mikrotik download page.where to download older relese ? mipsbe
Really? I see some workable samples at the bottom.Yes I have, I've found :
which just gives the explanation
AP modes: ap-bridge - Basic access point mode. bridge - Same as ap-bridge, but limited to one associated client.