SFP port can be purposed however you need it to be.
Can you put the SFP into your :AN and connect a PC to it and access the router?
It sounds like hardware issue or negotiation problem between modem and SFP.
I have 3 internal subnets so would that still work? If rather keep it a simple queue if I can, I know I could mangle & mark but if rather try to keep it simple.Target should point to internal subnet, rest looks good
/queue simple add max-limit=55M/16M name=WAN_PCQ queue=pcq-download-default/pcq-upload-default target=pppoe-out1
OP does not mention whether router or switch is needed, just that they want a cheap multi SFP unit.Those are switches, not routers.CRS326
Or it's designed to be run virtually and not on bare metal.It's likely CHR doesn't have drivers for your hardware (disk) so it can't find root filesystem and fails to boot. Sadly there are no kernel messages so you don't really know what's happening.
It's just a port forward that forwards everything from your inbound WAN interface to an IP on your LAN.Does anyone know how to write the actual DMZ command?after trying a bunch of the command line suggestions from old threads