/import file-name=mymapR.rsc verbose=yes
Good catch, edited.I am surprised by this because how do you know which version of RouterOS is installed on the 760iGS?Hex S or RB760iGS is MMIPS, dude package should be for MMIPS Dude 6.40.8 MMIPS
No.Is this still the current behavior, as of 6.41 (jan/2018?)
/ip address print /ip route print
Configure script RouterOS export file produced by the export command). Any file supplied here will become the default configuration of the reinstalled router.
Yes, that's the way.Can I have a parent=global queue to handle all traffic towards the LAN while not intermixing the rates with the upload traffic to the two internet interfaces?
chain=srcnat action=masquerade src-address=192.168.5.48/29 dst-address=!192.168.5.48/29 log=no log-prefix=""
Sounds like RB3011 is what you are looking for. Next option would be a CCR.At this moment I have CRS125-24G-1S and I want to get 2nd device with spf, gigabit lan ports and with Dude support.
I know... I meant ISPs are known/likely to throttle it down also, or even block it. The point of the OP was using a transport that was unlikely to be tinkered by the ISP...GRE does not use a port!
Similarly goes for GRE.- L2tp works only on port UDP 500. This is a sad notice. In OpenVPN i don't use standard ports for connect. Some ISPs will slow down traffic on this common ports.
It can happen, you'd notice because after netinstall it won't boot either, there's a Backup Booter you can force on System > RouterBoard [Settings] in such case.Can the part of the firmware that handles this stage when booting get corrupted?
Then you need to force 1G also at Netgear's end, did you try that?If I change the port to auto-negotiation disabled, port speed 1G, Full Duplex, the link light will appear on the CRS and report transmission activity. The Netgear will not establish link light or pass traffic.
That's my guess also, check grounding of the enterasys, rack and 2011... everything should end on a single common ground.My guess was that the switch was creating a different ground level than the router, or something along these lines...