More download issues to add to above : Dude and x86 server packages are also 0 bytes.
No issues 6.43.16 LT to 6.44.5 LT on: CCR1016, CRS125, CHR, wAP60G, RB951G, SXT5AC
I downgraded 1 x CCR 1016 12G, 3 x CRS 125s, 5 x RB951G and 2 x WaP60Gs to 6.42.12 no issues at all on downgrade, I'd assume 6.43.13 be the same...Is it safe to downgrade from 6.44?
I found same issue on ccr1016-12G, very intermittent..We have found out that sometimes the R11e-LTE modems fail to get an IP address in 3G mode using RouterOS v6.42.7 - we will fix this problem in the next RC and then push that change to the Current release.
Also there was talk of perhaps suppressing the firmware reboot message if not needed.I saw that now I can download automatically the new RB firmware with "Auto upgrade", there's also a way to auto reboot?
Not at this time must reboot a second time after updating RoS version, then a reboot second time after firmware for firmware update...I saw that now I can download automatically the new RB firmware with "Auto upgrade", there's also a way to auto reboot?
Yes pleaseCan't we have some basic improvements to BGP in router OS 6, rather than waiting on the mythical v7?
- Commands like ip route print where... way too slow
- Multi-thread BGP
Shoudn't this also be included in an upcoming 6.41.1 also?It is a known problem that proxy-arp on bridge do not work after upgrade, You have to set it manually again after upgrade. This problem should be already solved in v6.42rc
New Dude - ahWe plan to make a new Dude release this year, it should fix this, and many other bugs that have been gathered over the last years. Please post about RouterOS v6.33 and make new Dude posts in a separate thread.
Yes but all Tile routers are full 64 bit OS ...........Moving from 32-bit to 64-bit in a not-really-high-level language like C++ is not necessarily easy.Surely a 64 bit compiled version be easy?
Look closely there's 3 distinct rules...Why do I have the "special dummy rule" duplicated three times in Mangle?