try to upgrade the routerboard firmware as well, go to system routerboard upgrade.. then rebootSorry, it actually drops the WLAN interfaceIt adds what?
IMHO yes, but better to ask here >> viewtopic.php?f=21&t=131129&start=50I have 6.38.3 version, and I want to upgrade, but I want to avoid DHCP Server fail on bridge. What version is afected? Can I upgrade to 6.40.6 without risk of this bug?
+1 .. absolutely, and keep 6.40.x on bugfix for long timeCould we expect that 6.40.5 will become "bugfix" or 6.40.6 with fixes from 6.41?
6.40.5 is the last with "old-known-bridge-implementation" technology and not all want to upgrade to "new-better-but-not-too-familiarized" one.
+1 .. We know documentation takes time, but the rc features cannot be really well tested w/o at least basic suggestionsadd some documents
how do you manage that?hand out random /32
seriously as a customer i don't understand and that obliges me to search alternatives, as an act of responsibility towards my clients