Is there also an exam and a certificate as part of this effort, or is this just the training material...........
Above is correct, the export seems to be screwed up in 6.46.4....
Tested it. Used
set 1 = ether 1
set 2 = ether 2
set 11 = switch1-cpu
Try ro use CLI, i found that usingIs it normal for OSPF to drop / reload when only adding a comment on the OSPF
set comment="my comment" does not reset the session
/ip firewall service-port set pptp disabled=no
I max out my 500/50 connection with the 2011 but I don't use queues.
:local mydate ([:pick [/system clock get date] 4 6] . [:pick [/system clock get date] 0 3] . [:pick [/system clock get date] 7 11]);
Not sure if I am in a bad mood today, but when someone comes here and asks for help, and then puts a comment like above in their post, I am loath to even attempt to assist...
Do we really need to change the brand ?
I am afraid, you will then never learn networking. To learn / understand networking, especially in the beginning, there will always be lots of breaks, research, fix, rinse and repeat cycles... but I'm too afraid of having the wrong settings in the MikroTik.
it's a regular firmware (6.45.7 in our case) plus bugfixes and improvements only, without adding new functionality
Same applies as per @Zacharias, rather get an additional device for the routing, i.e. Hex...
sorry, mistyped, it not CSS but CRS326-24G-2S+RM as the main router
Did he say he was on a dynamic address?restart your router to get new IP
No. So it's not the most sensible suggestion.
SO I can see the Mac Mini from the Plex. But not vice versa.
LeftyTs, the downloaded files are no longer visible in /files section when using Package Updater. You can still reboot the device and it will upgrade. Or use /sys pac upd cancel to free the storage.
I read a while ago that DHCP package is now a prerequisite for the security package, so maybe that is reason it enables when restartCan you disable DHCP package? When I disable DHCP package, after restart it is enable again.
They all really talk the same language.The confusing bit for me is that most switches talk Watts not Volts and most are af standard but not af/at?
I hope no one replies him back... He will just keep on being offensive and rude... I have already reported his post where he verbally attacks me...
I see no reason to "admit I am wrong". Everything I have written here is correct. End of discussion.
.... A button that simply carried out the command would make a lot of noobs much more comfortable and save a lot of time with many people having to ask the question and wait for answers.
How do you mark traffic in Mikrotik?
I would bet that your MTU changed when you added the EOIP interface to the bridge. While your LAN PC's are using 1500, your bridge likely shrunk to 1480 or less. ...
/ip firewall nat add chain=srcnat action=src-nat in-interface=<YourWANInterface> dst-address=172.x.x.199 to-addresses=172.x.x.123
Well, you have my entire config, no firewall rules