I think the bugfix releases have too short life cycles, they do last longer than "current" ones, but it's not long enough as a professional level platform like Mikrotik.
Of course encryption and security is not for everyone, especially not for a stupid asshole like you.Those hours would be better spent working on RouterOS and Winbox.
Damn paranoic morons :-E
Thank you. I think if I can access those files, then I can change some settings not available without it.It's not meant to be possible from withing RouterOS itself, unless you "hack" you router in some way.
What do you need this for?
Of course not, they are fake addresses.Can you ping the dns servers?
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Could you give me a sample script please? Thank you.Try to use src-nat with dst-nat to guarantee DNS answer passed through the router and then de-nated rightly.
Thanks, but it still not work when it is 4096.DNS cache will hapily cache DNS cahce replies, but you have to allow larger packets (I think that default was already changed to 4096 packet size) That usually fixes dnsec issues.
Thank you, What's signature algorithm does it use(MD5/SHA-?)? Also will the routerboard firmware(routerboot) update also verify before install?Update packages are verified by the system for valid signature before installation.
Thank u.It isn't possible. Maximum you can get is use a capable virtual OS on CCR devices with tileGX architecture, when metaROUTER will be available (possibly in RouterOS v7).
Thank you. I'm using DHCP last seen time to see which client active at what when...I have provided many options to you. Try them.
Thank you, but Openwrt is also a router system, I want to know is it possible to run a more general-propose OS like debian...Yes. There are openwrt metarouter packages for example.
Thank you, I'm just curious.No.is the only difference is the 512MB ram instead of 2GB? Any other difference?Who cares? Why use something slower?use "at least DDR2 667" RAM to replace, but the picture showing bootloader shows it can work as high as DDR2 533, why is that?
Thank you, I want it to dial PPPOE to ISP using WLAN1 instead of ETHER1 while remain the wireless router function on WLAN1.What do you want to accomplish exactly? A wireless link between both APs?