Doesn't sound very "passive" to me :-DIt is quite simple implementation (only checks for single inter-wire resistence
I guess they never got around to fixing the brochure, https://i.mt.lv/cdn/product_files/PowerBox_200318.pdf still says this today.Then you would need to revise the brochure as it is clearly stated:
"It also supports passive or standard 802.3at/af PoE input/output."
Yes, that's why he's posted asking for help.It is quite normal that wireless download speed is higher than upload speed.
Just because it's common doesn't mean that it isn't idiocy. Shame that Mikrotik perpetuate this. It's like calling gigabit ethernet 2Gbps because it's 1Gbps in each direction.is a common designation use the term tri band router referring to a 2 x 5ghz + 1 2.4 ghz router
What we need is CAPsMANMAN to sync configs between main CAPsMAN and backup CAPsMAN. Maybe in v7.I have considered some sort of back up scenario. Where the AP has the config in cap and it is set as the back up.
Did you log a ticket with support? I am sure they would be interested to know.I just want you guys to know the CCR1009 just solved the problem. every single core works!
Having re-read the thread, I have misunderstood. I had assumed the OP was using an explicit proxy not a transparent one.How is the squid transparently proxying https without the end user getting problems?
I have to disagree here. As an example, Squid logs the hostname that it proxied the connection to along with the number of bytes transferred.This is not possible
...which is an improvement on "other people" just taking your login without you knowing about it!Off course someone can give login information to other people.
Connection tracking is essential for NAT, so either that page is wrong, or there is a subtlety to the phrase "connection tracking" as they use it.BTW – MT Wiki says:So now with Fasttrack conntrack works or not?Fasttracked packets bypass firewall, connection tracking…
Nah. I would expect 94Mbps TCP throughput on 100M ethernet. If you're getting 50-70M on 100M ethernet, something's wrong.keep in mind that 100mbps cable speed, on tcp protocol is approx 50-70 mbps.
Or just be lazy and NAT the whole /24.I can't see how it'll work with a dynamic IP on your end. You may have to use static or DHCP reserved.
If you are a performance junkie, you can either buy something else with gigabit ports, or trunk two 100M ports.mind telling me the point of -> ac <- when your backbone is 100mbps?
Could you update this page accordingly?:af/at/passive are all supported
http://i.mt.lv/routerboard/files/wAP_ac ... 143210.pdf
It seems it's my option to take the Cisco router or not however they cannot monitor the line without it.
Do you want them to monitor the line?What do you guys think?
This is fascinating, and a little bizarre. Surely running an entire OS on SFP is a massive overhead?Based on the hardware schematic and public available information, there is large chance that the module is more like a linux computer with two bridged interfaces.
Pardon me if this is a silly question, but doesn't that mean that each layer's tendency would be to unwrap the other?use two layers and apply one in a clockwise direction and at the end of first layer apply the second in a anti-clockwise direction
Again, is it? Could be well within the indicated performance envelope, but without knowing the specifics, who knows...Hmm thats pretty low.
I am certain that somebody from Mikrotik has denied this but I can't find the thread right now.There is a known limit of 1Gb/s on a single tcp stream.
The example you linked says the Mikrotik would talk PPTP to the modem.I am actually not sure if I should be using a ppp client, a PPPTP client or a PPPoE client.
Quite - it sounds like the OP is trying to implement The Dude himself with scriptsI think "The Dude" is better for your solution. This is a monitoring tool by MikroTik itself.
Forgot to mention, turn off DHCP on Mikrotik too, otherwise it will work even lessIt is default. WISP AP is says in the quick set. I will try your suggestion too.
You wish!this isn't something we will be managing proactively for the client
Neither, because I don't understand your network topology, or how to you intend to use your switch(es).So you suggest yes or no ?
Can you mactelnet from one to the other?I have two RB751U-2HnD as WiFi bridge (Mikrotiks without ip-addresses)
Bridge work, but i can connect only to one Mikrotik!
Yes, I understand that bit. When I asked what the mechanism for this is, I was asking karincanet how does one log such data to USB in RouterOS.In some countries all service providers are obligated to log such data and keep it for few years
If you're getting more than 94Mbps then you're running at a gigabit, so I doubt that this is a cabling issue.5e should be all I need, right? Not having Cat6 isn't what's holding me back?
Different CPU arches so different capabilities, although I doubt the underlying OS has a problem with using more than 2GB of RAM on x86.You mentioned it can only see 2GB, but I see CCR spec sheet mentioning it can support up to 16GB. How is this possible if both of them are running the RouterOS?
Curious indeed...I'm pretty sure this behaviour is limited to whoever your provider is. I have never seen this before. So, who is the guilty provider?Hopefully this may help someone else having this issue.
How far did you get, what did you try and what aspect of it is not working?I have referred to this example: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:CR ... s#Trunking, but I have not been able to get it working.
Is there a reason why you don't want to forward 5000? Bear in mind that not every protocol will "just work" if you change the ports with a port forward.The only thing I've done was to disable forwarding port 5000