We hear "v7" already for 10 years or so, why would it take so long?I hope Mikrotik implemented SQM and fixed those bugs in beta 6, otherwise why would it take so long?
Of course keep in mind that in most cases you will have to add about the same money for SFP modules...2. It's $600 RRP - Keep that in perspective, it is exceptional value!
That problem is only in 6.47.rc60 all lower versions are OKDoes L2TP_IPSec now work?
I had to downgrade from 6.47.rc60 to 6.44.6 in order to find a version that would behave normally.
Please re-read answer number 4.Will several Mikrotik devices work stably if connect them, in addition to the main power supply, to a single backup power source (for example, 24 V batteries) through passive PoE.
Likely because of the way you are testing. The TCP test may use different TCP sessions parallel and the UDP test doesn't.I can see when using 802.3ad only one link is used for udp but both links are argreated for TCP. why?
No, you are not a client of MikroTik. You buy your routers at some distributor or dealer, and THEY are the client of MikroTik.I'm a client and I'm asking for it.
Same for me! I will test on my CHR test router this weekend...Finally!!!Code: Select all
*) dns - added support for forwarding DNS queries of static entries to specific server (CLI only); *) dns - added support for multiple type static entries (CLI only);
Can't wait to test this one out!
Why? FXS ports and DSL are totally unrelated.I imagine many times putting an SFP modem in Mikrotik would not be considered because of the lack of FXS ports in their routers.
The factor that BGP origin (incomplete/igp) plays in route selection is so minor that it is unlikely that this is your problem.when Router C receive the route it is not complete and it will not choose as best path, this is the issue
To answer your original remark: you can go to the end of the list by pressing the End key (and to the top by pressing the Home key).i second this.