/ip firewall nat add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-port=80 in-interface-list=WAN log=yes protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.1.20
There is for certainly many millions of dollars put in to R&D there.
/ip address add address=10.3.0.254/24 interface=bridge1 network=10.3.0.0
/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?