Just tried 7.0b5 on an SXT LTE and it doesn't appear to be detecting the LTE interface. Looking at Resources/USB I see this:
Is there a way to set up the profiles for SSID2 and SSID3 in advance and have it scan for them?
/system clock set time-zone-autodetect=no
*) wireless - include last frequency when manually setting frequency step in "scan-list";
what exactly will do for us?
/ip firewall raw add action=notrack chain=prerouting protocol=gre
In RouterOS 6.45beta19 there is a known bug that 5GHz WLAN interface disappears. Affects only specific devices - those that have wireless 5GHz interface-type=Atheros AR9888.
If you have any questions, I'll explain or comment.
Ah yes my apologies. The instructions I gave were to allow establishing a tunnel through RouterOS. Not originating from it. Unfortunately I don't think that is possible.Instead I want to initiate the connection from the routerOS itself but the ssh client seems somewhat limited.
Thanks for the tip!! Looks much better now.Microsoft introduced a new scaling technique that will make WinBox look good at other than 96dpi/100% display scaling settings.
I'd possibly try a later version of RouterOS. 6.37.5 included the below:# jun/22/2017 12:33:13 by RouterOS 6.37.3
Not the same card I know. But the same generation so worth a try I'd say.*) wireless - improved compatibility with Intel 2200BG wireless card;
I think you'll find that this happens when that interface has no clients associated with it.If the CAPS controller is logging these link downs, does it mean the AP has gone down 293 times?
Was there a reference for this?Only new in US MUM was a new chipset improvement of actual 802.11 ac wave 1 up to 700 mbps
Unfortunately the RB450G doesn't appear to support FastTrackHave you configured Fasttrack?
Not yet unfortunately:Does the RB3011 have hardware encryption ability and is it enabled?
Thanks! I was trying to figure this one out the other day too. Don't know why I didn't think of this!Add a (dummy) route for remote subnet to internal interface. I do this for e.g. netwatch to work.
When I'm back in the office I'll give rc31 a test. The only change from the default config was:I wonder how you can reach those numbers. I'm testing with ROS 6.38rc31 and i get:
/ip ipsec proposal set [ find default=yes ] enc-algorithms=aes-128-cbc
Also forgot to add that CPU load is slightly less on the RX device. Around 40%What CPU utilisation do you see on both RB750r3 when you hit 400+? thanks
You're welcome. Personally I usually aim for the -50's. But anything between -40 & -60 is likely OK.Thanks, that helps. I may be able to move things around and get somewhere between 40 and 50 m. What Rx/Tx signal would be in the "ideal" range?