Exactly, if you want a edgemax, but an edgemax. If you want a D-Link, buy that.
It's better for RouterOS to focus on small/medium-ISP and datacenter features.
/system logging action set remote remote=192.168.xxx.xxx /system logging add action=remote topics=info add action=remote topics=warning add action=remote topics=error add action=remote topics=critical
+1Small DIN switches.. Wide input DC power. It'd be nice to be able to mount small switches on walls in closets, cabinets, backboards, industrial situations, etc...
The texts and descriptions feels a bit unpolished. Impressive power consumption and very nice with ECC memory. Looking forward to a block diagram as well.
I agree. IPv4 as a service over a IPv6 network is possible the future.I don't disagree that /31 would be useful but i'd rather see the time spent on improving IPv6 support.
For basic NAT, firewall & routing no problems.Same as for the RAM size? I wish 1GB size of the RAM would be enough for my use with 14 users' connections.
No problem at all. Storage doesn't impose any performance hitsBut is only 1GB RAM and 512MB NAND storage size enough to my use?
/routing bgp peer print count-only where established /routing ospf neighbor print count-only
What do you mean by "OpenSSL encryption"? What ciphers are you refering to?I assume that there is no OpenSSL hardware encryption engine support
Indeed. The CCR-line is a key product for many customers. It would be very welcomed with an refreshed version with similar number/type of interfaces.And hopefully some new ARM64-based hardware as CCR replacement.
Personally I think those kind of routers looks absolutly horrible. Who likes a big flashing spaceship or something with 22 antennas all over the place? Gamer-routers.(and I like the plane/rocket style of the RAX120, it has a big WOW factor).