you said that. i didnt say i cant. thanx i dont need your help.The fact that you can only achieve it with the use of ROMON because you might not know another way is something else ...it is a MUST
When you connect by ssh to the switch, you need to run a telnet command as this:
After that, you can run the commands from the other post
And to save the configuration you can run the command:
the topic is about pppoe problem not about pcc or mangle or anything else. lets not hijack it.You said nothing about mangles on the previous post...who said i dont have the mangle pcc rules?
the is not [Total time left] just [Time Left]With UM latest version, it is easy to accomplish:
Look for [Users]
[Total time left] [is] [equal to] type 0 (zero)
and click Search... voila. There the expired users list that you can remove from the menu bar command.
try mac-telnet from other connected routerboard
viewtopic.php?t=134098very strange, now all the devices have the ability to change the format of the date ....
I am amazed that until now nobody has raised the problem
+1What they should do is to replace context menu with dialog (with listbox and items with checkboxes), where you could (de)select several columns at once. And if it would also allow to reorder them, it would be even better.
Me tooSame here.still waiting for the bugfix only update
thanx for the tip jarda.Side note: never use internal flash storage of a device as working disk for dude or user manager database or for logging. You will wear it soon and device will start to make errors.
if we leave them hidden, how can we check in a cap which chains are enabled?better to leave them hidden - CAPsMAN will automatically use the max enabled chain configuration depending on the CAP hardware.
thank u. good to know that!better to leave them hidden - CAPsMAN will automatically use the max enabled chain configuration depending on the CAP hardware.