Pictures in the dude?Its not your job, but how did you upload pictures?
try now.... 6.38rc9 is availableERROR: missing dude-6.37.1-tile.npk (on Current/Stable channel)
ERROR: missing dude-6.38rc8-tile.npk (on Release Candidate channel)
same thing here...Dude for x86,
I updated from version 6.37rc5 to rc11 (and back to rc5):
dude Error in history.jpg
Real traffic on the interface - 5-10 Mbps, in version 6.37rc5 is displayed correctly
:if ([:find $cacheName "fbcdn.net"] != 0)
It happens to me too. It's a pitty. I had to downgrade too. In my case it's a gigabit dlink card.I said some network cards are not working with this version.
I modified the sentence to make it more clear.
IPv6 works fine with reply-only on the bridge interface but now IPv4 don't work. Seems like it does not reply to ARP requests. I have not done a wireshark yet...
PCCAre you balancing?
I see this behavior in lab with 2 devices near to each other.yes it seems to work, try to make a bandwidth test in tcp mode,the link will crash.
Reducing power solved the issue.
i'm using RouterOS 3.20RouterOS Version? Maybe problem is in hex values representation with \x0d\x0a etc.
i agree w/u........
I do not think that they use UDP for file transfer, it is ridiculous!
mmmmm ur right ... works fine nowchange type of your queues from default-small to defaultWhat's new in 3.12:
*) changed behaviour of simple queues - queues with no limit and type default-small
and no children actually do not get installed, as if there was no queue;
they are not MT cpe. they are edimax, d-link, micronet...What hardware do you use at client side?
distributed link option2?Use 1, 4, 7, 11.i can't use channels 12&13 in my country. only channel 1 to 11Use channels 1,5,9,13, they don't interfere.
i know that...Sounds like you maybe aren't charging enough if your bandwidth costs that much..1mbps cost from u$s500 to u$s2000 in my country. Our clients pay for a 512kbps access u$s20...
yes.. it's checkedDid you check cache on disk?
which post? what did u say?why was my post deleted ?
i replace the router and the problem persists...I had the same problem.
I when to the clients site and noticed the client had a home router.
It was connected and configured correctly and it would never accept an IP address.
I had the client replace the router and everything is now OK.
When you say "you can try with WDS" you are talking (writting) about the example in the wiki? don't you?As you have wireless, two options exist how to bridge transparently over wireless network,
WDS and EoIP.
EoIP might create additional overhead, you can try with WDS.
where can i obtain a list of torrent servers?there is a simple variant
make list of torrent servers and block it
block and ports biger then 1024
i already have firefox 2.......then there is a problem in your browser ... upgrade to firefox
the image is shownright-click on the image and click on "view image" (or simply open the path to the image in your browser). what does it show? is it the image, or some error ?
it´s an x86 systemI have no idea - what system is this?
A RB532? Some x86 system?
Sounds like the system package got corrupted or something like that (initrd seems to be damaged).
0 chain=srcnat out-interface=WAN action=masquerade 1 chain=srcnat dst-address=172.16.0.1 protocol=tcp dst-port=80 action=accept 2 chain=dstnat in-interface=LANbridge protocol=tcp dst-port=80 action=redirect to-ports=3128
never mind..my english is not better than yoursI think mikrotik-s wi-fi scan shows you even AP-s with hidden SSID-s.
If this dosen't suits you use netstumbler
I hope thats my bad english dosen't bother you
yes.. i tried it and i like it very much... but i need simething more portable (to use in my notebook) and to works under win platform... sorry for not being specific beforeHow about the frequency scan in Mikrotik? Have you tried it?
yes, you are right... i was confused...Level4 allows wireless client and wireless access point and has no limitations in terms of wireless. level 4 has always allowed wireless functionality