How to inspect $e?
1st routerboard: queues1 2nd routerboard: queues2 3rd routerboard: queues1+queues2
system script run traffic_amount_limit expected end of command (line 3 column 167)
/ip address print 0 192.168.1.1/24 192.168.1.0 ether2-master-local 1 192.168.6.15/24 192.168.6.0 ether1-gateway
adding a new queue only for upload marking interface=wlan1-gateway ?In your 1st post, you are marking bridge1. Do the same thing, but on the interface you wish to limit for upload.
Are they better than Ubiquiti Sector Antennas?Non ho capito....so you don't use sector antennas...
I use only sector antenna for AP. (della Cyberbajt)
system ntp client set mode=unicast primary-ntp=18.104.22.168 secondary-ntp=22.214.171.124 enabled=yes
dst-address=192.168.20.0/24 gateway=192.168.7.10 pref-src=192.168.7.2
Thank you c0d3rsYou can set (edit) a firewall rule like this:
/ip firewall filter set action=accept number=6
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hey guys when trying to set rule in -ip proxy access I got this:No Problem Glad you got it working.
/ip proxy access> set numbers=0 src-address=[/ip arp get value-name=address number=[find mac-address =40:B3:95:62:EA:E7]] no such item
I have to activate all the chains, right?One more point.
Are on SXT In "wireless" "HT" all the chains ticked so "no" all the chains must by activated