As i wrote use variables and print specific key.
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:global monitor [/interface ethernet monitor sfp1 once as-value] :put ($monitor->"sfp-tx-power") :put ($monitor->"sfp-rx-power")
looks like it was retired from website i swear i seen itNot in announcements, not on software part of website. You sure?
Yeah it's worryingNo answer from mikrotik about the tx pauses..
At least it will be nice to acknowledge the problem...
try disabling connection trackingThank you for your feedback.
I only use Firewall for input. And i think that is why fastpath is turned off. How can i keep the security and still use fastpath?And I think fastpath is enabled by default in all cases where possible.
add the required PoE injector and it maybe can help a lotGPER needs PoE to work, so it won’t help.Maybe your cable is bigger than 80-90m?
If yes you could use this https://mikrotik.com/product/gper#fndtn-downloads
It is very advisable to have each service (L2-switching, BRAS, firewalling, core-routing, edge-routing) on it's own (specialised) platform.
If you can afford it .
good idea but be aware PWR-LINE-PRO is not manageableBut it has two ethernet ports, so PWR-LINE-PRO can be used.There won't be one. Audience hasn't got USB port (at least I didn't see it mentioned), so you'll have to use generic PowerLine2ethernet devices.
totally agreeWell, I would forget about the 3011, and would get a 4011. Much more CPU power, and just US$ 20,00 more. The 3011 should work, but for a little more money You can get something much better.
feature only available in recent batch´s of that devices hAP mini, hAP lite and mAP series, in older devices usb is only for poweringYou mean there are actual USB data lines in the MicroUSB connector?
I always tought that uUSB in the MAP / RB941 was used for power only.....
will be nice to see multiple queues on each port to make QoSFirst time I see tx-queue1-packet being used in a CRS326 switch. It was always the tx-queue0-packet all the time. The switch seems to work faster now in some tests I have done.
Upgrading from 2.8 to 2.9 on a CSS106-5G-1S causes severe traffic drop between 1G ports and 100Mbit ports. It's random from 0 to 40Mbps.
Reverting back to 2.8 traffic increased back to steady 100Mbps.
Do you really believe that placing word "urgent" in title will make it solved faster? Well, good luck.
pleaseGenerally speaking according to colour code, there is 2 wire yellow and 2 black per socket
and this suppose to be 12v+12v
I'm taking as reference PC Power Supply
another of the mikrotik mysteriesThey will be even more popular with POE out on ether5Most definitely not. But they are very popular devices.
When the problem occurs i can see in Tools/Profile the option "firewall" and "queuing" go up, like 30~40% each one.
My hEX PoE has a QCA8337 chip, so I know what to do now.
Thanks for clearing things up ...
Have a nice weekend!