I cannot believe you run into CPU performance issues by just monitor and control for this setup, unless you have invested your money in a hAP mini...My goal is to monitor and control each switch port via Mikrotik. (For security purposes)
Sorry, I cannot help people that cannot read!1. I cant find "always broadcast" in the DHCP server settings, screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/w1inj3l.png
Thanks for help!
This remark is of course nonsense, a bridge or switch does not create a collision domain.Do you think simply bridging your network would work anyway? 1500 networks into one collision domain?
Do you now think you have added any value to this topic?+1
:-) :-)Yup ... buy new model devices from your local MT distributor and you're hooked up for beta testing. Or so it seems ...
HAHAHA rextended is offended by others... while usually he is the worst one on the forum, offending everyone who dares to ask a question!I do not want defend my rules,
I want you to stop offend and be more polite.
Yes you need to allow input to port 179 tcp, of course not disabled like shown above. you can limit the src-address to the range you use on the GRE tunnels.added this rule
add action=accept chain=input comment="Allow BGP" disabled=yes dst-port=179 protocol=tcp
beta7 is apparently being sent to invited users at the moment, no idea why it is not distributed using the normal mechanism...It's July and we're due for beta7.
/ip firewall mangle add action=change-mss chain=forward new-mss=clamp-to-pmtu passthrough=yes \ protocol=tcp tcp-flags=syn
I would say the programmer assigned to the DNS resolver is not the best.I had a strange issue tonight. All DNS resolving stopped.
This means the flash filesystem somehow got corrupted. Re-install with netinstall and use the format option.Anyone else having an issue here with v7.1beta6 and the hap ac^2, where on power loss all configuration is lost?
That is not correct, in reply #7 I mentioned that an important bug is not fixed in this version, I am sure that helped at least two other forum members so they do not need to waste their time to install 3.28.10 replies, nothing regarding this version. forum done right.
It is more likely the often discussed problem with upgrade of these toy devices, you either need to netinstall or install separate packages (only those that you require).Sooo, hap lite no longer support upgrade, is that it?
First it was OpenVPN. Then it was Wireguard. Now it is OpenConnect. You people will NEVER be satisfied with ANY VPN technology!!!OpenConnect would be a great addition to Mikrotik. Mikrotik should support all VPN protocols without regard to which network religion originally developed the VPN.