afaik it depend on RB's processor and RAM and i dont know if there is a way to calculate itExactly , is there any way to calculate what maximum link one RB can handleTable shows the throughput through the router. Not output /input traffic from the routers point of view.
yeah, im forgot it.Of course then it will no longer work!wondering why u not adding default drop in last line
It needs at least a rule to match new traffic in that case.
then it means at the moment there is no new update for firmwareThanks for the reply, I have updated the Router OS to 6.34.4 but in the /system/routerboard the factory firmware, current firmware and upgrade firmware are all showing 3.27
simple, useful, and very powerfulI like this feature quite a bit myself - for a simple client isolation configuration, it's very useful.or use the bridge horizon feature...
yes its work...What about using the bridge horizon to disable the communication between selected bridge ports in the similar way like disabled default forward does it for wifi clients?
yes finally...Changelog is now to v3.31:What's new in firmware v3.32 ?
yes ur right, it can...Noone aware if Mikrotik/RouterOS is able to limit packets per second (pps) per IP ?
how u set /32 mask for every client in mt?
If you want to go even further you can even set /32 mask for every client.
agree with this...The same behaviour can be achieved (isolating bridge members from each other) on a bridge by setting horizon values, check that if you are using bridges for your (v)lans.