Antitrust?You can't have the cake and eat it
Tile is still on Mellanox's product pages and it can be reinstated in Linux if someone wants to support it.The chipset has been discontinued, linux dropped support for it, and the new RB4011 pulls down full BGP feeds faster than a CCR1072. It's time for something new in the 1036/1072 range.
Even at your price, it would be $2000 to reach 24TB.Micron Enterprise SSD 9200 MAX 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3 500$ gross
A NAS card is 450 euro. You could even have 40GbE at home instead of TB3.Awsome, I did let them know that a 24 port SFP+ switch is pretty useless without some QSFP+ ports. Well done Mikrotik.By the way, if anyone noticed, CRS332-32S+RM has now became CRS326-24S+2Q+RM
That is not the answer to the question why.Official answer: https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/MikroTik ... lity_tableIf there's no official answer, it might just be software.
It is the 400MHz ones that are very slow. The 600MHz ones are like 2011.The mips based crs are pretty slow routers. New arm units look great
What if someone already has an S-RJ01 but no gigabit+ service yet?i think you must use S+RJ10 instead.Isn't this compatible with the S-RJ01 ? Someone might want to use it for some reason.
It is not shown as a related product.
I think it is WAN port for small office or internet-intensive family (not only one intensive user at a time).It's for router on the stick scenario. It's meant to actually be LAN port, not really WAN port.Useless SFP+ for me without a 10G LAN port.
You can get PCIe cards or USB adapters with even 4 antennas.Its useless to have 3x3 AC when there's pretty much no client devices with 3 antennas.
But I would like a desktop unit with a single internal PSU.None of the rack mountable CCR units has an external power supply
Maybe the chip would even support CRS317-41G-4X-2S+RMMore interesting idea: CRS317-11G-4X-2S+IN acMaybe better CRS317-1G-12X-4S+IN ac.Now there needs to be something like a CRS317-1G-10X-6S+IN ac.
More interesting idea: CRS317-11G-4X-2S+IN acMaybe better CRS317-1G-12X-4S+IN ac.Now there needs to be something like a CRS317-1G-10X-6S+IN ac.
Yes, X would be the logical code choice to indicate 10GBase-T.What is the meaning. X?
10ge copper interface?
And AC if for what
Enviado de meu XT1580 usando Tapatalk
That's the point. The specific connection or server might be slower than your WAN access.Not more than 20Mbps (speedtest.net)What speedtest, exactly?
That seems to be it, but it does not show the DHCP or interface names.Tools > IP Scan
I could open it using a file manager. Maybe you changed MIME type?v33:
CANNOT OPEN APK:
Amazon Kindle Fire (1st Generation): pre-"Fire OS" naming 6.3.4 (Android 2.3.4)
v32 still opens
v33 apk can be opened on Fire Phone
No, my next router should support ac, 1Gbps WAN and SFP at the bare minimum, 10x gigabit in one switch, and 128MB flash too. 4x 10GbE would be better.There's RB260GSP if 3 ports is all you really need.I need at least 3 PoE out.
Yes, but most of the time I have to put devices in the same network because there's no multicast passthrough support.You could put the second switch in a separate network range and route it.2011 can handle 500/50 at 65% CPU with fasttrack but no bridge.
I did not think from the speed posted, but I was not sure if because no firewall.like I already wrote in previoust post - no bridges.Bridging will also impact performance.
I don't have a CCR. It is always quoted here that there's a core limitation to this speed.Have you tried FastPath/FastTrack ?I meant Yes, the problem is CCR's limitation to 1Gbps per TCP connection.
But it seems it is still not good enough for some people who can't just stay on Bugfix.It is much, much better than older approach.Big thanks to MikroTIK to transfer to 3 stage release (RC, Current, bugfix) it is sufficient for all my needs.