I did n't get this part from his earlier post. In that case its not the issue.
The OP has clarified that he has two different remote servers so the NAT device would have to be quite stupid to have a problem in this case.
Did you say below 30Mbps? At what distance do you get the full rated capacity from your test?200m is over the physical limit quality 30-40 points, which is almost no L2 link.. capacity is below 30mbit
Check if you have any NAT rule masquerading your client's public IP behind your WAN IP.Hello Every One,
I have a similar problem.. In my case the user has been assigned the public IP everything works fine however when he checks on checkmyip.com he gets the WAN IP.
It is better if you set it up, and then where you encounter a challenge you communicate the specific challenge so that you will be guided.Hi,
Since i am a beginer, a little detailed help would be more welcome
You can try to set the virtual interfaces on the Access Point on AP mode while the one on the lan1/lan2 are set on Station/Station Bridge modeCan lan1/lan2 connect by WDS to AP ? (lan1/lan2 have routers connected to internet)
It depends on your camera. If your camera has physical ports, you can wire it to the Mikrotik device. In this case, no need for an Access point.good but I'm not sure that I can finding a good reception for the camera (there are some walls to pass)
Is really not possible to use cable for camera?
I expect your IP camera to connect wirelessly to the Access Point.wAP ac is a good solution;
Are we sure that can I attach ipcamera on ethernet port (client mode)?
I suggest you first send a diagram of what you want to achieve so that we can guide you through on how to achieve it if possible.Thanks..... could you please upload a diagram or details on how to set this up?
Check this page: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Vlans_on_ ... nvironmentyes this is why
i want seperate customers
can you please give me links so i can get a clear idea on how can i accomplish this
Mikrotik will not just give you the best performance but also at the best price. What do you want to achieve?Is there any other vendor you can recommend? i want to have an alternative.
Good to hear that its working fine now. You are welcome!Thank you for catalyzing the progress.
You are right. In this circumstance, I think it is most probably the DNS name that was hi-jacked and the hi-jacker would be controlling all the DVR's from that point.Or it connects to a DNS name that was hijacked and an the exploit downloaded.
You can do that in usermanager setup where you define the validity for a user while creating the user profile. You can state the validity in hours, days, months etc.hello from greece
i make a hotspot with mikrotik rb951 and i want users to expire in 1 week or to a specify date. how can i do that?
Hope your WAN IP, the route, etc are defined/setup on the WAN bridge Interface and not the bridge ports.I swap the ether2 from the WAN bridge to Hotspot, the hotspot and internet access stops working
These guys may not be the ones attacking your system. They, too may just be victims like you. Their hardware are high-jacked by the bad boys.Best I can tell, these are the guys attacking me.