Geez, my mistake. Sorry about it. Today I shouldn't have got out of bed... can't concentrate on anything!... and doesn't do PoE out.The hEX can't handle 48V.
But OP mentioned hEX PoE which handles 48V and can do 802.3af/at on output.
LOLNot a first mistake like this, you should claim your free MUM ticket.
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Let's hope it is? Better to find, and close, than to leave it open...Let's hope this is not related to TLS protocol downgrade attacks...*) www - improved client-initiated renegotiation within the SSL and TLS protocols;
MikroTik team - could You explain? - please.
When it's released.This is the day we were looking for. If there are any memorable dates in the Mikrotikls history, don't forget to add this day to it.
Now the question is: When we will be able to install the first public version?
Sorry, my mistake. I was talking about RoS...In SwOS? Yes, i know it is avaiable in ROS, but I dont see it nowhere in SWOS.
Xan You post screenshot and tell me whixh device does have it?
I know swos have diffrences between devices but...
That is tempting...If you take umbrage with what I am saying tough mammaries, we can decide it through a manly Salad off! Come to my place and we will see who makes the best salad and much beer will have to be consumed during the competition.
Weird thing is, I did a DNS lookup and both 222 servers answered!Your config............
/ip dns static
add address=188.8.131.52 name=184.108.40.206
add address=220.127.116.11 name=18.104.22.168
OpenDNS addresses, 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199
That You can't do. They tell the uptime, but not the total work life of the machine.I want check how much this device worked, because its for my friend and he told me it worked for 2month so i want check if it really worked 2month or not
That's exactly through SSH that I did this...Have you tried accessing the device with ssh and then run command?
I'm with Sob here: just don't give a single /64 to your customers: it's plain evil, and will cost you dearly in the future - both in maintenance and customer churn.We are currently attempting to deploy ipv6 in our network. We plan to provide a /64 to each of our customers.
That got me laughing like a mad man. Thanks, I needed it!But generally, people are hyped more than players of Diablo before release of new version. Many of them expect every trouble will be magically fixed.
This would be a blessing. Just do a DNS lookup upon establishing the connection, and another one if it is broken. There are a lot of people with dynamic IPs on both ends.Currently only IP addresses are allowed for SA parameters, however we have plans to change this pretty soon.
Yes, it is.Quote!!Updated a CCR1009 and RB4011 without any issues. Great work MT!
Now please make us happy with some BGP improvements in 6.45
is it true that for the BGP sessions, RouterOS use only one core?
Yes, it all works great - excellent job! I was pointing out to nichky that the upgrade went smooth.Paternot, everything looks good for you. Users menu was removed, each user is automatically converted to an identity and assigned to the peer.
Yes, that's about it.Okay sod if I have something in series, 12v+12V+12v for example then I have to take care of inverter to handle 36v??
Sorry. Frequency.High as in frequentie? Or in channel bandwith? Or db power or what do you mean?Does the hAP AC Lite (952Ui-5ac2nD) really go this high, on the 5GHz radio? I know, I know. Regulations, superchannel, etc. But the question is: does the hardware really go this high?
That's official Intel recommendation, if virtualization is used. HyperThreading does more harm than good, in this case.A method to get more speed out of a very busy CHR router:
On the physical computer , in the BIOS , disable hyper-threading & set for maximum performance.
I'm all for bright leds - sometimes they are a life saver. But it would be great if we got these torches with a "mute" option. Something like "/system leds all dim|bright". THAT would be great.But it *does* have the signature MikroTik built-in torch light!
Not all devices have firewall enabled by default.But you can dual boot to RouterOS on this CRS and this should have default firewall. If not then it would be good idea to add it
This I don't know. What I do know is that it doesn't accept FSP+ modules. If it is an FSP (without the "+") module, it may accept.so HAP AC can't accept GPON ONU module
You owe me a new keyboard.I always wonder how you guys decide which way to go, what things to focus on etc... hopefully its not like this
I hate You so much...
Cool! (pun intended)5x directional antennas (ARC) and 1x 90 degree sector antenna (MTI)
Routerboards in the antennas and as router inside the manholes.
Use RoS. I have one 328, and it solved my problems. I don't like the idea too - but it's better than no 10GiB at all.Support said to use ROS, but I don't want ROS on the 328 because its just a switch and SwOS is much quicker to make changes to vlans, etc
Yes. That's weird too. I think I'll give it a try.Yes but notice how the build date is different for the two 2.8 versions in your screenshot, installed and available.
Do you use an 10Gb SFP+ fiber link? If so, do You have problems with Rx MAC Errors and Rx FCS Errors?That’s what it offered as an upgrade, it only had 3 fixes over 2.8 but one of those was 1gbit sfp in crs328 so I applied if.
Do we have SwOS2.9 already? I only see 2.8 at the download page.I have now "switched" (see what I did there) over to SwOS 2.9 and the fans just seem to run 24x7, but at least its consistent.
Yeah. Throw him in the basement, and make him work! To get faster results, lock the door.I don't think you should release that summer intern from the basement until they have it working properly.
Not, it checks the other device. If the setting is on "auto detect" (factory default), then You can plug whatever You want - it will not be damaged.
HEX PoE lite (RB750UPr2) has passible PoE. As I understand that means it does not check if the device uses PoE, so it's always on.
I got it wrong?
Yes, depending upon the walls, the only way is to use more than one access point. I have two, and thinking about the third.From my perspective 5GHz is totally useless if you want to serve more than a single room in your house.