i know it will not improve the performance, but you should really move away from pptp, esp if it is used for sensitive stuff, like management.We use it only for "the dude" monitoring and 3 ppptp servers for managment.
i doubt. Mikrotik calls their modules as R11e-xxxx.Ok so it is something like the mini-PCI modules used for LTE (and, mainly in the past, also for WiFi)?
i saw ch341 kernel module in the newly released routeros7.0 beta1.I want to use CH340 usb-to-serial adapter. but Mikrotik not support yet.
Added ext4 support ?
[admin@MikroTik] > sys reso print uptime: 2m16s version: 7.0beta1 (development) build-time: Sep/05/2019 15:08:48 [admin@MikroTik] /disk> format-drive file-system= ext3 fat32
i just talked to the local distributor in hungary, they already received the price list that includes lora stuff:+1! do you have a release date yet?
https://blog.mikrotik.com/announcements ... graph.htmlWhy to print this info now? Maybe in the future we 'll have another tx-mode
sub 6GHz is not always necessary. we have a reasonably big - 145 links in one of the networks - 60GHz routed mesh (with a different equipment) without any 5GHz backup links, without any problems.they are digging their own grave!
you can be OK with this channel mapping. you can have the 100Mbps clients run the same high MCS, and ultimately serve more safely and do buffering on the FE part. i'm more interested in TDD - cause this is the key to boost client numbers.Whats about smaller Channels?
btw, this translates to:subscriber-number: +CME ERROR: 100
ok, what abouth the commandI do not see any security problem with this
can you please share some specifics? i have working ipv6 AFI BGPs in multivendor environment with mikrotik [almost] w/o any issues.BGP IPv6 With 2 Mikrotiks unusable, eventually it just sends the link local address instead of the actual address for next hop.
OPSFv3 Broken with similar issues.
trust me, there’s no mlppp support on ios-xr and it’s not even planned. indeed it would be nice to have itif MLPPP is so minor then cisco and juniper should abandoned that function.
can you show some results? i was experiencing performance varying between 250-430Mbps using SXTsq ACs with early 6.43rc builds even under excellent conditions.Little bit better but the issue still present
well, windows. bloated, insecure, PITA when it comes to remote access, no proper scripting (i know there's powershell) stupid gui apps with no means of automation.What's wrong with Wine?
IPQ4018/4019 in the new arm devices (sxtsq, hap ac2, disc lite 5ac) is wave2.wave 2 work in the new RouterOS update?
It would be nice to have an iperf3 compatible bandwidth test tool and the ability to specify the port number for it.Iperf is not implemented.
you don't. it is configured through the OLT and the GPON management system. only the ethernet side is configurable in routerOS, just as with other ethernet type interfaces.How do I configure the SFPONU device? Is there a way to update ONU parameters there?
be my guestAt nomikrotik devices it works normally.
yes, and it is documented here:Is this expected behavior?
i guess space constraints. the extra power input jack, the serial console, poe-out, all take up valuable space. and to have wifi you would need some extra circuitrySo according to your sheet the RB450Gx4 should have the possibillity for dualband wifi?
Wonder why mikrotik did'nt put it in.
can we assume that Mikrotik will ditch the PPC platform altogether?Newer, faster, cheaper, but same size.
both cap ac and hap ac2 are wave2 based. qualcomm ipq4018, look’em upMaybe because of none Wave 2 Mikrotik products is currently exist, lol.
as i remember Janis' ending lines to the device itself, he was mentioning 2.5G/5G/10G there as the new way Mikrotik is following - maybe was just a freudian slip - this was the base of my speculation.so 10G interfaces
can we assume the combination XG will mean multi-gigabit?
as Mikrotik guys confirmed it on site in Berlin, the device uses the same LTE modem as the wAP LTE kit and the GPS is on the board, not on the modem.LtAp is indeed a good solution
RoMoN's mac based SSH is the real tool for cases like this.Thanks for replying, I could make it available because WIKI has nothing specific, API ports, API-SSL, Telnet, SSH and 80 clients are deactivated, I need to bulk update via Mac-Telnet.
it's actually there partially:Please note, that SMB service had to be enabled on the LAN side, and only the LAN users could exploit this.
can anyone please describe in numeric format, what "large amount" means?*) capsman - improved CAPsMAN responsiveness on systems with large amount of CAP interfaces;
well, for P2P connections it does make sense to me.Just use the whole 5GHz band lol!) wireless - new driver with initial support for 160 and 80+80 MHz channel width; <- this
macbook pro models have. mb air is "just" 2chain.At any rate I doubt the macbook has three chains.
What's new in 6.41 (2017-Dec-22 11:55):+ Wave2 wireless chip (but will it be supported by software?)
that is the right. although most home use cases are just fine with 100Mbps, you can't really compete without GE ports nowadays.It feels more like a replacement/upgrade on the hap ac lite.
i mistook the last TC - probably a freudian slip - as the first gen hAP ac was triple chain on both bands.RBD52G-5HacD2HnD-TC just popped up on FCC web site.
Why would it be triple chain? Model name suggests 2x2 2.4/5 GHz.