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
I must check if they ship to EU, thank you anyway..Proscend endorses Versatek for US distribution:
https://www.versatek.com/product/vx-160 ... lco-grade/
They just restocked apparently.
probably not, and even if it works it will poorly perform (fraction of the nominal speed) and it will be unreliable IMHOI'm curious, does this work on 360 meters distance?