Well, maybe you should have thought about it a little more before giving most of your customers a $19.95 router!I'd like to add that it has become difficult to update our customers' routers. Most are hAPs and do not have enough free space to upgrade.
-1 for native OSX (MacBox) when there is no native Linux (LinBox) version.+1 for native OSX (MacBox)
Remember only the AC type LHG can do 1G, the N type is 100 Mbit.on site B, the LHG don't advertise 1Gbps, that's strange.
That part should be trivial to get working. Now show a screenshot where you are actually logged in to a routerScreenshot 2019-10-11 at 15.12.52.png
Please rework Webfig (even when only for Chrome) to work exactly like winbox. That will make the requests for winbox for 64bit, for MAC, for Linux disappear.We already have Webfig for Chrome
Yeah, but that is less and less popular for that kind of service. They move towards IKEv2, OpenVPN, Wireguard etc.If they support L2TP and will happily give you a username, password and IPSEC key then they should be fine.
/system ssh-exec output-to-file port routing-table src-address user address command
Why would that be? Setting a sender address is completely unrelated to authentication when sending mail, isn't it?If Youre using "from=" variable in /tool e-mail send , You need to also specify "user=" and "password=", i.e
DNS over HTTPS that is now being introduced (enabled by default) in webbrowsers will end that possibility...Redirect DNS to local DNS and then filter at DNS server.
Sure. But not with 6.45.xWorks with RouterOS 6.44.5 here ...It doesn't work anymore! That is what the request for details was about: they changed the details and now a new mactelnet is required.
It doesn't work anymore! That is what the request for details was about: they changed the details and now a new mactelnet is required.On Linux, f.ex. in Debian, you can use the package mactelnet-client, binary named mactelnet to access by the MAC address.
Oh that is bad, I had not noticed that... why do they do these things? Even 1 Gbps is a limit on the usable rate.Those are only 100 Mbps, though.