I know for sure that is not an NTP server.
Please read at start wiki about LTE
Just to be sure modem doesn't emit smoke...
I don't think the problem is STP, I rather think you have a loop in your network
Yes, problem was with stp! Somebody can elaborate why stp was problem and is only solution to disable it?
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=171035&p=840920&hi ... dp#p840552...SIP packets falling foul of MNDP.
I had a search of the forums but couldn't find the post you mentioned
I suspect there is a big push to get V7 out, hence the huge change released in Dec 2020, but suspect we will still get a couple V6 updatesI'm wondering if perhaps they do not intend to release a 6.49 (moving to v7 instead as the next stable release after 6.48) ...
/queue simple add disabled=no max-limit=16M/16M name="PC-LIMIT" target=ether1
add action=accept chain=forward out-interface=lte1 add action=accept chain=forward in-interface=lte1
Great, now I know they reworked my article without even mentioning me... That's a bit depressing :)
This should not really cause a major problem as the 4011 has 2,5Gb/s paths between each switch chip and CPU.Probably RSTP is enabled on the bridge, and as a result hw-offloading is disabled.
Yes I did unfortunatelly I did not see any read receipt nor any response yet. Something may have gone wrong. You could possibly use firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you
On hEX you need to disable STP on bridge for hardware offload, i.e. protocol-mode=noneBridge port hardware offloading remains disabled on hEX (RB750Gr3):
@mducharme: advertise-filters have been set, but still all addresses show up in the neigbor status page. Not a big issue, but I was just wondering whether this is normal behaviour or not.
Why do you put devices on separate VLANS when afterwards you want to connect them together on L2 (use discovery protocols)???
Thanks for the clarification, what about only one IP routing?
what i want is: LAN1 can communicate with LAN2, not being on the same LAN.
sorry, I forgot to mention that my CSR112 is acting as CAP manager for 2 x CAP AC access points
Hi, I made some changes, configuration attached, but with the same issue.
/routing filter add action=accept chain=BGP-Out prefix=0.0.0.0/0 add action=discard chain=BGP-Out
Also, I tried to download the firmware manually, but there is nothing to download on the product's home page https://mikrotik.com/product/css610_8g_2s_in
Final comment, Dont use quotation marks for NAMES of anything. Quotes are used in MT to surround COMMENTS.
You are trying to hurt my brains and eyes with this approach
Should be +28 (20 bytes IP Header + 8 bytes ICMP Header)..., I’d know how to set the MTU, which is max package size +32. When I do the same test from my hAP ac the value looks different, naturally.
Cant believe my friend recommended Mikrotik, "it's the best router" he said, "and if you have a problem they help you on forum"
what a bullshit.
/int detect-internet set detect-interface-list=none lan-interface-list=none wan-interface-list=none internet-interface-list=none
Some things you should try to do yourself atleast, below is where you can change the default route distance on a DHCP client...
Next question is how do I achieve it ? Those automatic routes don't seem to be "editable", at least not from Winbox...
When explained so succinctly even the blind, will be claiming they "see the light"!
Grab a coffee,
All night long!