I wrote one in perl that can do this sort of thing. There are some example methods on the wiki for how to automate a bunch of this as well.Hello, good morning, in case of mass update, more than 320 equipments, is there any script?
I don't need a native Linux version. I just need to find the proper fonts.There is no hope. Cus mikritik said: "winbox and the dude working perfect on wine and you dont need linux native versions". LOL
It works as I showed early on in the thread. At least I can say it works here. I'm not sure what isn't working there. There is still no way to specify speed limits (or reservations) as a percentage.It has been a while since I first posed this question.
Has anybody come up with a solution since?
What is it that you don't understand? The P2P matcher is not perfect. The best approach to "detecting" p2p is to identify all things that are NOT p2p and then assume the remainder IS p2p.fewi i don't understand!
This depends on your radius server (not MT).Just to clarify your post, does the MAC listed in radius have to be specific or can it be done thru a wildcard entry somehow like 0a:00:3e:*:*:*?