Then this tread must be an eye opener for you:Wow.. the seller told you that the SFP module has a web interface? Really?
Also i ve never seen a MAC address on a SFP module...
/ip ipsec mode-config add connection-mark=nord name=NordVPN responder=no /ip firewall mangle add action=mark-connection chain=prerouting new-connection-mark=nord passthrough=yes src-address=192.168.88.10-192.168.88.254
This not the right thread to ask this. "\r" \n" is a newline, or even "\v" in scripting.How do I use the function concatenate to move a value to the next line?
There is as you can see at the top of this page:There is no v7This is already done in v7Please add IEEE 802.1AE AKA MACSEC to Router & SwitchOS.
Already mentioned in the 6.46.Beta thread:When adding devices to the access list "Signal Strength Range" is limited to -1;120, where it should be -120;120.
Which is totally what I'm looking actually since now I can apply "incoming" connection mark to all incoming connections and basically apply IPSec to connection-mark=!incoming.
It's still useful to limit source of IPSec policy a bit in order to make hairpin work properly
/log info "test this"
Does this means that Mikrotik can be removed from the not supported router list at NordVPN and is going to use ike2 to connect?Yes, it is coming as well.can you add EAP-MSCHAPv2 to the authentication method list?
There is only one official thread on that and it can be found here:There does not appear to be a dedicated forum for the mobile app, so I did not know where else to post this.
Sleep helps me to solve problems and caffeine makes me run in circles around it and not solving the problem. Some problem can't be solved and the you have learn with them.Remember: sleeping is poor substitute for caffeine.Or a coffee LOL.
Hi anyone had read this ?
https://medium.com/tenable-techblog/mik ... d46398bf24
https://medium.com/tenable-techblog/mak ... 0705459bc6
That is not a direct answer to my question however a indirect one, like this will do.It was fixed before Tenable made the issue public. MikroTik and Tenable gave users time to upgrade before making any announcements.