According to wiki hEX also doesn't have proper switch chip. Just like hEX SOr try with hEX (880 Mhz)
Now you got me hyped! xDI'm sure QSFP+ enabled routers (CCR2xxx) range will be in the pipeline, these switches are basically the introduction to them. A 1072 equivalent with 2x QSFP and 6+ SFP+ ports will be magical for core routing.
What are security implications of adding 'dummy' IP address (eg. 188.8.131.52) on interface that is supposed to work as pure L2 bridge, with drop all input on firewall, just to allow for NAT?If there is no IP address on an interface, then NAT cannot translate.
Is S-RJ01 also that troublesome?The older S+RJ10 are crap. Wrong DDM information, low MTU, ... There was a post showing newer with MTU size depending on negotiation speed. So it is guesswork and luck making it work ...
You can mount each one using 1 ear.You can mount two CRS112 in 1U right? Since they're exactly half U?
It measures 200mm wide (7.875 inch). Would be nice to have a 1U case that holds both.
Though I'm afraid nobody except MikroTik makes managed powerline adapters. I'm tunneling 3 VLANs using PWR-Line with IPSec EoIP over pwr-line interface for additional security.they make a decent enough devices https://www.devolo.com/
Not all heroes wear capesHi,
answer from the support:S-RJ01 is supported in RB4011 since RouterOS v6.44.
We have corrected the information in the wiki.
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Yes, S+RJ10 doesn't support jumbo at all. It's know issue which makes this module pretty crappy.FYI: S+RJ10 make problems with bigger packets. Seems MTU is not transfered/set to/from the SFP correctly so bigger packets are dropped silently.
Killed our MPLS
It's normal. Fans always spin at 100% during booting and they spin down after ROS is up.Just hooked one up for testing. As soon as I applied power the fans spun up. After about 20 seconds... they stopped.
No wonder - it's beefy yet passive. CCR1009-PC can give you actual burns if you touch heatsink while it's powered on. Even if idling (there's actually not that huge difference in thermals between idle and stress)first quick opinion - it's running hot. really hot, without any serious load.
That's interesting. It may suggest that at some point revision X of S+RJ10 won't suck balls anymore. At least not as much as it does now xDDid some testing. There are different revisions of S+RJ10. The revision 2 shows data and connection speed. Revision one does not.
All polish shops I checked claimed "Beginning of October". They claimed so since very beginning and they still do.Has anyone been able to order one of these yet? Seems like the expected stock arrival dates keep getting pushed back.
I don't think UBNT has USB either tho xDToo wait for proper upgrade from RB2011, but RB4011 is not my choise anymore, especially when removed USB port. Will switich to UBNT.
Oh wonderful, so for example one like this for only 100 eurThe device support active DAC cables.
Ah srr, I was thinking about ac² as it's quad core ARM just like 4011. My bad.hAP AC is MIPSPBE, CRS-326 and RB4011 are ARM.It should. CPU is similar (the same arch) in hAP ac, CRS-326 and RB4011.
MikroTik has warranty? xD just rip off those antennas and call it a day. It shouldn't break , at least not before end of warranty.... will not come off without a fight... and warranty?
Router on the stick. Inter VLAN routing basically. It's common use case actually if you don't have proper L3 switch.What for this router have 10G sfp+ port? All switches summary have only 5G throughput.
I thought that routing-mark is per-packet, not per-connection. If you assign routing mark on connection level it's gonna persist and be taken into account in routing rules?I use the mangle chain to divide traffic between two WANs, and the fasttrack doesn't seen to cause problems with it.