Their numbering is goofy. x.NINE is older than x.TWENTYSEVEN.Isn'n x.9 smaler than x.27? Or was another numbering method...
OK - this must've been something that got fixed. I know when I tried it using /32 masks I had troubles as mentioned. Good to know. Thanks.I'm referring to the latest RouterOS version,
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:In ... /VRRP#IPv4
You'd be surprised what some "tech" departments do when the right vendor swoons them. LOLNobody in their right mind is going to start swapping kit out without testing it first
We've at least given the OP some insight into the situation.Now the question is: Which of our two possible faults is rxfoote ready to tolerate? To stay connected to ISP which has not access to internet or rather to flap even it maybe was not needed?
Debatable. I want something relatively close to that ISP's network connection and I don't trust that outside operators can't have outages just like an ISP.Better to monitor real public ip addresses accessibility then any server inside network of isp.
Dude doesn't use much for resources. No reason you couldn't run it in a virtual machine on one of your existing servers.while saving power by not having your standard desktops to be kept turned on for monitoring and mapping.
Routerboards use very little watts.
So, in other words "don't hold your breath"We have a plan to make a completely new dude, that would work with CAPsMAN and have better web interface. Project is still in planning stage.
Well that would certainly do it. Very good, glad you got it resolved!I've found what was the reason of problem. On bridge of router 2 was set proxy-arp instead of arp enabled.
I wouldn't want my router logins sync'd with the cloud, but the ability to save to a central location would be nice.feature a address book in cloud service for sync with username & password
Would like to know as well. Have held at 6.7 because I need to maintain SSTP compatibility with Windows clients.has all the sstp and pptp issues been resolved from the 6.8 debacle?