Sorry - what's a standard configuration?
If you are not using a “standard configuration“ then you likely don’t want to use a firewall rule or wizard.
And yet another 1100AHX4 with this issue.
After obtaining supout.rif files by console cable, MikroTik have organised warranty replacement for the two 1100 units exhibiting this issue.
Advice for lifeDon't do important work using your phone or with a baby on your arms...
/ip firewall filter
add action=accept chain=input comment="Allow Http" dst-port=80 protocol=tcp
I have plenty running that have no issue. I think the devices with this issue are very few.... and I was just about buying a 4011 . . . should I do that or not .. it's for a main network gateway, PPPoE, dude, . . .
Start by posting in the correct forum. Try Beginner Basics viewforum.php?f=13...
How to block access to my local network from guest IP range 192.168.101.0/24.
Your post has absolutely nothing to do with this topic, and really nothing to do with Mikrotik. You would be better off posting somewhere else.While attempting to get my wireless router working (a Netgear WPN824 v3), I managed to turn the DHCP off.
Thanks. That solves the route and DNS issue.configure the APN Profile in the LTE menu to not to add Default route and DNS.
Thanks. Now we know for sure.My correspondence with the MT support confirmed that PPP has speed issues: "when you will run a speedtest you will not get higher speeds that 25mbps on 4g, that is all.". .
Has anyone tested this in production using 6.2 final release? changelog says its fixed........Yeap, on 6.2 pre-release IPSec is still broken.