If you need detailed information, add the 'detail' parameter.
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/ip neighbor print file=<name>
/ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat action=dst-nat src-address=192.168.88.10 protocol=udp dst-address=184.108.40.206 dst-port=xxx to-address=192.168.88.11
That model does have a serial console port, so when you have physical access to the device, use this.MikroTik RouterBOARD RB2011UiAS-RM
Another option would be is to download the file to your PC and open it with your preferred editor.I muddled through and found it:
/file edit [filename] contents
Even when running 6.37 it shows the 6.30 changelog.Funny if i check for downloads. I see a new version available (6.37) but the changelog is set back to 6.30
nstalled Version 6.36.3
Latest Version 6.37
What's new in 6.30 (2015-Jul-08 09:07)
Unless you made a typo with pasting here, your pool3 has a very strange range...
Why not just block unwanted access by firewall?erm, you actually can do this (not with ACLs but with multiple IPs)I would be nice that in /ip service I could set more ip address or one addres-list
If masquerading rule also has src-address specified, it needs to be changed/duplicatedI use a similar setup except there's a switch in between.
Masquerading on WAN needs no change if it is already set up.
This should do it.
Ok, wasn't aware that. Also can not remember from the time I registered.new users need their first two posts to be approved. this only works in workdays.
/interface bridge settings set use-ip-firewall=yesIf you are using master-port configuration, it will not work since the traffic never reaches the CPU of the Routerboard.
I can try to assist you but can you first give your requirements.Anyone able to help me configure this MT from scratch?
I'm thinking my setup isn't too involved compared to some networks but configuring the MT is beyond me at this point.