left likely for battery backup unit and right is looking for place to soldering power jack in different variant of PCB(for differen case or order?)place for battery?This device already has a power jack. This is a place for another one.
LLDP itself, yes.I thought LLDP was already added?*) discovery - added LLDP support;
thats sounds quite good plan/strategy.Until than I'll sit on my chair and wait while clicking refresh button on mikrotik download page
thats can be applied to 3/4 of ROS features, then.So, it belongs in servers, not on routers.
yeah, quoting wiki part on-topic with example - would help anyone aswell, perhaps.Jarda - your posts are too long and unreadable.There is a netwatch.
Next time, just say "use netwatch"
thats EXACTLY my point.sounds like working spike-nail, but the main question is: why silly destroy what was working before?
perhaps you right, its "not completely imlemented" case. same about DNS, IPv6 stack and other things (like netfilter portions, RIP and etc generallty legacy stuff).Please fix OSPFv3, Mikrotik isnt following the RFC.
thats not true "most" vendors - don't give a .. about LLDP.Also strongly support the notion to add support for LLDP.
It's standard and supported by most vendors nowadays.
oh... for roaming users - you need use "hotspot" package(and had to had appropriate ROS license level for that, btw).AH scratch that. looks like you have perminant users. i was thinking about pay as you go.
maybe on x86 or Tile - its had some issues aswell as on PPC, but on MIPS-BE its among 6.5 one of best version for latest Qualcomm chips/SoC.6.31 was not considered to be good version. Use 6.32.4 rather instead. Read some threads here to get more info.
and why it shouldn't ?Are you sure, UPS will log PSU failures? (on CCR with redundant PSU).
http://download2.mikrotik.com/routeros/ ... e-6.19.zip ?Where can I find previous version of rc files? Need 6.35rc19.