ok so I would need to also upgrade ROS on the interconnected router I am mac-telneting from?As login method was changed in v6.43 and old login method support was dropped in 6.45, you cannot use old MAC-Telnet clients anymore.
Well are you getting routes in your routing table for the Peering? What routes are you getting for "international"?can you explain more ...i did't get you ..what should change
Great news, what was the issue?Thanks to everyone for their input. The issue has been found and fixed, sorry for such a long time needed to fix the issue. It should be released in the next public beta version.
Only on beta versions and only via the CLI currently.How are you seeing this channel? I have the latest release, and I'm in the US, but I don't see how to enable a channel higher than 64800.
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
Good Looking forward to them.Yes, we are aware of this peculiarity and we are working also on new routers that have higher power per core, not just many cores.
lies, it was a CCR1036 capicitor.This is why there is no V7. Upload to a current router and fire starts.
Unless you stick it in the cloud But yes, @op - best solution for an automated backup and change management.Unimus is not a cloud software, you run it locally on your servers.No thanks. Only interested in local solutions.Have a look at https://unimus.net/
Greatthere is a CRS328 4C 20S 4S+ comming later.
20 SFP and 4 SFP+ nice hardware for fiber distribution.
A 48 port switch only takes up 1u, compared to 2u with 2 x 24 port switches. Which is important for switch installs in risers or tight spaces or multiple switches in a cabinet. The price is not always everything.Can't you just connect two 24 port switches? Still more affordable
Too many bud lights that day....Yes, it was on MUM. On US MUM in 2014
Peering with yourselfThank you all for your suggestions and comments... I feel incredibly stupid...... after staring at it and doing the packet capture.... I realized that I was using my-own IP address (as assigned by the Peering Exchange) for the other peers remote address.
Wow, finally niceVersion 6.39rc62 has been released.
*) wireless - added PEAP authentication support for wireless station mode;
Perfect, had to zoom in GREAT!!As you can see, there are two power LEDsFantastic news about the CRS SFP+ - any news about power for this device? Any chance of having dual power supplies?
Also great news about the CCR1009
Frankly I find to have 1 SFP port a must these days. I can always add a switch to an ethernet.+1Hopefully a version out with an SFP port.
I feel sorry for Mikrotik, they release a great new product and straight away people are wanting more features !
redirect to a 1080p GIF showing speedtest.net running at 1000/1000MbpsBack to the topic: anyway, first you need to define what 'speedtest site' is
+1 and the SFP counterparts, i.e SFP only versions as well. Also +1 to the newer arm models.The stuff nz_monkey listed is bang on.
Nope, just a few upgrades of the stable versions. Will check that router out this week.Have you upgraded many times (RC version included) that 1016 ? ..a couple of times I've experienced some problems when I did lot of uprade (testing boards) . Netinstall solved.
Let us know
You want to get as close to -55/-55 in both chains as far as possible. It will help with modulation rates and you may get faster speeds.thanks for the reply... so a realignment and the signal level if matched will push the data speeds above... will they?
I was referring to this thread http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?t=103788At the moment, it does not matter if you're using CCR1009 or CCR1016 for BGP. BGP is limited to one CPU core. And RAM of CCR1009 is more than enough for BGP.