Thank you for pointing out!Check the "Wireless specifications" table on the product page out. You are asking about the values in the "Transmit" column (27dBm == 500mW).
Yes I can. But what I need to know is how to change it in SwOS, for I can't see any options there for MTU at all.Here you can find the max l2mtu per device...
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:M ... uterBoards
Sounds pretty good, and would be great valie for the money.And how about connecting switches over fast(er) trunk ports? Ex: connect 2 CRS326/CSS326 over their SFP+ port(s) and as such generate a 48 port switching plane?
I'm impressed. Really. Besides making new sophisticated devices ROS won't play well even at basics! :(Mikrotik RouterOS has no modern AQM (Active Queue Management), i.e. modern network queue scheduling algorithms support, unfortunately.
Great news! Hold my RBs upgrade due to automation setup via such 'old' lib, now will test!We've just tested the API with a PHP API class and we're still able to communicate and operate on the Mikrotik with v6.43. No changes were required thankfully.
So to say, MT used to down and up again PPP-interfaces when you change comment on it! It was this way some time ago, not sure for now, but this was some "bright" idea these days (and maybe today).currently peering session re-connects when it's comment is changed in Winbox.
Do the repartition (if you use it) to one partition only(this helped me). If this is not your case, bad luck then, netinstall I suppose.HELP!
Quite funny and harmless, but catches the eye too much :)Blow is a list of possible symptoms that might be as a result of this kind of a misconfiguration:
They might hope these PSUs are immortal, so what's the care to monitor them? )We want to monitor the psu1-state and psu2-state for failures, but It's missing
Good idea, but how ROS produces these update messages under System -> Update -> Chech for update?Download the series of changelogs and use a text compare tool like "diff" or similar graphical tools that highlight changes between two versions you choose.
I'd really like to know where hell I can use it in real life, so please tell the truth :)Its just sooooo coooooooooool protocol...
Looks like MT better add Ubnt AP controller into ROS, so everyone will be happy.CAP AC is no better for me either. I need to pick up a different access point in the short term.
Nice addition, exactly the idea that was mentioned two answer up in this very thread :) Have you read the topic at all?If you add the sub-domain "download" in front of mikrotik.com it will download.
Then noone will buy CCRs, so this is the market question I suppose.1100AHx4 would be the best fit, if it had the SFP port, the LCD and the USB. The lack of SFP is particularly strange.
What I see on this topic the process of ROS update/downgrade should be described in details?However, answer is simple - you can downgrade or upgrade device away from the version which you use by simply dropping bundle package into files section and either upgrading or downgrading the device.
Looks like miracle happened!*) routerboard - added RouterBOOT "auto-upgrade" after RouterOS upgrade (extra reboot required) (CLI only);
Heavily depends on configurationI love the releases on Friday and big weekends so i can play with the new releases on the weekends and then upgrade customers routers later.
The question was how can I make a license "longer", that is, my RB433 says it'll permit me to upgrade to ROS 5.x only, but I'd like to up it to fresh 4.xx (mainly for security purposes).Which RB433? In these cases the best option is to netinstall.
I'd say we'll when 1) it'll be released and 2) when we'll live with it at least several releases.is the new bridge implementation without issues now?
Just leave it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PivpCKEiQOQPlease clarify how you would use it and whyThats greatCHR should run containers, docker or whatever.
Better use API call, will be faster way I suppose, likeAny chance you could add 'Radio Name' in the SNMP wireless registrations table? It is great having graphs of wireless clients but I do not know which is which without the name. Thanks.
*) pppoe-server - fixed situation when some of 100+ pppoe-servers can become invalid on reboot;
Keeping in mind I don't have any QoS scheme implemented, what DSCP value would you recommend me to use?You can use DSCP markings if you want. If you choose values unused by your QOS scheme, it won't interfere.
I was successful with '=.id=number', where number is the id that's returned by getall (that "*1" from my first post). in fact I just needed to remove "interface" like you stated.Try
/interface/pptp-client/set =numbers=pptp-out1 =connect-to=host2.domain.com
I really hoped I will find a way to do that so sad it isn't so. Will do the way you advised (actually I was about to do that anyway).An API call to switch to another router's API - no.
You won't believe ))Di you check /system resource ? which frequency appear ?
Do you have the latest routerOS ?