The features can be in packages. Enterprise is not forced to install them.Mikrotik have to choose between being enterprise os which is offering stability, or soho os which is offering alot of features but unstable.
If people have 40G TB3, it is normal to want 40G Ethernet.I can't imagine any SOHO needing 10G, much less 100G.
But the "NG.fast" prototype was only 5 Gbps. Maybe Swisscom would only be interested in 10 Gbps now.It is not abandoned.. "NG.fast" and "XG.fast" will be named as "G.mgfast"..
If the "NG.fast" project was supposed to result in a slower product, maybe it is now abandoned.modems will be ready from broadcom soon:
https://www.broadcom.com/company/news/p ... ases/52671
I did not know this and I would not reset everything.The default firewall has been improved a lot, but many users still run the old firewall because it is only updated when you reset EVERYTHING to defaults.
I think that released in the evening but I experienced some big slowdowns during the day (one was amazon.com) .More than likely the biggest contributor to the surge in traffic is Call of Duty free battle royal game (Blizzard) and a massive ~80GB update on Rainbow Six Siege (Steam).
I think I would still prefer 100 Mbps VDSL2.From a personal perspective, regarding CAT12, in our country, there is no data cap and the LTE speeds easily exceed 100Mbit any time of day. So I can just guess that it depends on your operator.
The netPower literature explains everything you need to know. It is only a question of which investment makes more sense.I think the people are asking for Normis or a qualified person from MT to respond. Stop spamming responses.
I was talking about the BIG Q+ chip.I don't see how this is different from the CRS305 chip.
Simply said: the chipset used in CRS305 doesn't support interfaces faster than 20Gbps, so no Q+ interfaces.
Really, when you're making up devices, pay attention to the realistic details.
Even if it can route much faster than 10000/10000, it can make sense for SOHO for IDS or VPN.That all is plausible, what I don't get it is why to put a Wifi interface on CCR device? in POV it totally wastes of resources
The port configuration is actually quite minimal for SOHO.Yes make sense Wifi 802.11ay 60 GHz Dual chain but what really doesn't make sense is to put a wifi interface in a Core router that has 2xGiga port + 10G SFP+ ports and 2x 25G SFP+
So this was in a wiki modification from July 2018 that lacks a comment.Some clues here? https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:P ... ng_details
Steamcache is a game download cache that supports several different services actually. There are alternatives.I did not understand this one.
I see nothing from the EU jurisdiction that is similarly well-known.
People have other devices too.Not a single Mikrotik hardware uses Cypress or Broadcom wireless chipset, so answer is clearly NO.
Fasttrack cannot make the 2011 route gigabit.That is why you have Fastpath/Fasttrack made available by Mikrotik.The 2011 can switch gigabit but not route it, period.
So only now I learn about broken Intel cable platforms.I am happy Mikrotik made me wait because it seems this DOCSIS 3.1 deployment still has problems.