@archerious Did you get any answers on this - it's making our routers unusable.
The fix for (horrific IPv6 issues) on RouterOS was to disable and re-enable all IPv6 addresses at startup - but that doesn't seem to resolve this specific issue.
I need the advertisement, just not every five secondsif you just want to suppress this advertisement - do it using a route-filter.
This seems to be occurring for Winbox 3.8 under any Wine instance (not just commercial versions)While version 3.8 of WinBox seems to run just fine, it doesn't seem to exit as gracefully as 3.7 as it leaves a Winbox session hanging in the menu bar. Exiting or quitting the app, same results.
I need to find a hat to eat. I didn't think it would ever get resolved.And you thought they didn't listen to you!
Thank-you for that - very thorough.TL;DR summary: I can confirm what you see.
Were you maybe thinking of the http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Winbox download?posted it here a while back
Cheers David, I had no idea - where's the download to the official OS X app? I can't see it at http://www.mikrotik.com/downloadThey already have done a Wine based app for OS X.
Is there anything on RouterOS that supports IPv6?It is the same, most likely there will be no ipv6 support in ROS v6 for ovpn.
Thank you - but I've tried /64 as well as I said in the original message.RouterOS does not support /127 network