/ip dhcp-server lease get [find mac-address=00:01:02:03:04:05] address
/tool netwatch add down-script="/int pppoe-client set pppoe-out10 disabled=yes \n:delay 3s\r\ \n/int pppoe-client set pppoe-out10 disabled=no\r\ \n" host=192.168.88.10
[ros_command(":put ([interface ethernet monitor sfpplus1 once as-value]->\"sfp-vendor-part-number\")")]
No, it's not.It's just a shame that a capable os doesn't have a process to handle multicast across bridge/vlans!
/tool e-mail set address=mail.provider.com email@example.com password=youremailpassword port=465 start-tls=tls-only firstname.lastname@example.org
After re-reading my post I have to fully agree. Edited.Please stop the off-topic messages, and please delete them if they are yours.I'd love to see the terminal object-oriented.
(I will delete this when that happens)
/export compact hide-sensitive
You will have mpls connectivity on this interface.But if I remove an interface from the bridge, I loose connectivity to that interface. This is why I always add all interface to the default bridge.
I do - absolutely seamless. All connections are always in sync. Dealing with those as my daily business...@cdiedrich, do you know how HA clusters/pairs of Fortigate and PA behave in this regard?
#Site B /ip route add distance=20 dst-address=192.168.10.0/24 gateway=126.96.36.199 #Site A /ip route add distance=20 dst-address=192.168.1.0/24 gateway=188.8.131.52
/ip address add address=172.18.0.1/24 interface=vlan101
/ip address add address=172.18.0.1 interface=vlan101
Where do you have that "knowledge" from? It is wrong. Out of the box, no MikroTik router reserves any bandwidth for other usage.I know that the mikrotik is reserving bandwith to use for other devices connected to it
Windows Firewall.What am I misssing?
/interface wireless monitor wlan1 once
/ip address add interface=ether1 address=192.168.10.1/24