Is "R11e-LTE6_V022CELLLOCK" stock firmware or do you need to contact support to get it?
dead peer detection should be enabled by default (interval 120 tries 5)
Now you mention it... that makes sense. Thanks.
And I second the proposal for GRE/IPsec
Yeah, it sure does! Hope you soon will have peace so you can continue your life and business in prosperity. And maybe you can ask MikroTik for a big discount while doing so!Ya i really do .... life continue anyway ..
Well, in these cases archiving service is your best friend: http://archive.is/ecWw0https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cia-hack ... craig-dods
"Due to unforeseen circumstances, the technical details of this article have been removed" appeared really, really fast!!
So if I understand it correctly, by using HW acceleration on a CCR you may instead encounter a reorder problem? Yay! Unfortunately I didn't find anything on the RB3011...See this thread: http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=112545
What about this workaround? http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?t=7367#p32149. You might even save some addresses...RFC 3021
Simple, yet very smart and elegant! I likeMy favourite way:No need for any scripts or involving other parties.Code: Select all
myrouter.mydomain.tld CNAME xxxxx.sn.mynetname.net
Excellent, that was actually the solution I preferred. Any tips about where you can find info regarding which Cat-4 cards that supports direct-ip?You can use the Basebox out of the box:
https://i.mt.lv/routerboard/files/baseb ... 113721.pdf
As you see, it has a SIM slot
Thanks for the feedback, looking forward to the new version!We will have LTE products soon that will have LTE modules removable or available separately, but the SXT LTE that you have, can't be upgraded that way.
Ok, is it possible to replace the wireless module?They don't think like that.
Oh, you've already found a way how to identify MSDO traffic. Do you mind sharing how it's done?Notes: I mark the MSDO packets with ToS-Bulk...
A very brief MikroTik-Splunk wiki perhaps?would love some more info on the searches you have used to build the graphs etc here, they look great.
Try to avoid RIP or at least make sure you are using RIPv2. Ref: Understanding RIP Routing. . .
3. Routing protocols, since you have about 15 sites, you should run somekind of dynamic routing protocols, like RIP or OSPF. OSPF is suitable on L2TP links.