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I connect from RouterOS version 6.35.2Connecting from what kind of OS ?
I'm using 6.29.1 on both RB951Ui and RB951G - no issues at all. It must be a something specific...im using 6.29 on rb951Ui and rb 951G without issues
maybe specific problem on rb2011??
In general there was no limiting factor, so I'm a bit puzzled. I didn't expect though to get 100% utilization, maybe 60-70%...What was limiting the speed?
I finally got the chance to test it. So, two RB951G, two hosts connected on the Ethernet ports - the speed that I was able to achieve was around 250Mbps ...It has to be G version and you have to set switch mode. Maybe in bridge with fastpath also. Of course it will not route/nat 1gbit.
I guess I would be able to mangle the excess traffic then and route only excess to the secondary outbound interface. That's a nice idea. Thank you.You could write a script and use the traffic monitor as the trigger, but no, there is not a simple way to do it.
A lot of interesting features and improvements are expected in v7... I wonder when it will be released...I have been told by support that this will be improved in RouterOS v7
But still... Are the RB951 boxes able to handle 1Gbps traffic. I really can't imagine this to be possible. Not that I complain about it though..Exactly. Connect computers that are able to generate the traffic behind and then measure the throughput.
I use the BTest Server and Client on both Routerboards... I guess running the test on the boards themselves influences the results...What devices are you using to generate the traffic?
No, but I noticed that there is such a parameter. I can only see it on the sstp-client though. How should I set it on the server, or this keepalive is just a client function?Do you have a keepalive-timeout set?
Could you export the ospf config on the hub router and on one of the spoke routers?anybody ? may be easy with diag attached.
Have you tried to trace the traffic to the /21 network with traceroute from an outside network?Thank you for your reply. Yes, I created null route.
When you know the port you can use an "ip firewall nat" rule to forward that port to a private IP address. And this is how your camera will be reachable from the outside network.mmm ok my dear if i found what i will do after thatYou need to find out which ports those cameras use.
If he does not redistribute the default route over RIP, he also needs to add a default route on SXT2.On SXT1 add default route
/ip route add gateway=192.168.1.1
I've noticed the same thing... When you upgrade to a major RouterOS version, you'll have to do it manually. I guess it makes sense...You have supposingly 5x version. You have to copy package files to router manually and reboot.