Ah, OK, thanks.Serial console. This was an RB2011 which has one.
But how did you restore those settings if you've lost access to the router? I'm having the exact same problem as you describe.I needed to restore the DHCP server connection to the bridge port, and the local routes as well
Done, the status shows it at 1492.
Try setting Max MTU and Max MRU both to 1492, and check the status tab for the PPPoE interface to see what MTU and MRU is being negotiated.
Hmm, I tried that, but unfortunately it's still very erratic.Try adding some static ipv6 dns servers to /ip dns (for example the ones from google: 2001:4860:4860::8888 and 2001:4860:4860::8844) and check "Advertise DNS"
Thanks, already did.Then I'd recomend contacting support with an Supout.rif if not already done so.Thanks for the reply. Yes, I also tried !DST rules, but they also don't appear to be working.
Possibly, but I'd like to know if it actually fits. The RB751U case has a strange design. Has anybody tried it?How about something like https://routerboard.com/ACMMCXRPSMA
> We have managed to reproduce such issue and will fix this in next rc release.
> Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
> Best regards,
What is achieved with this step?Then set up appropriate routes on main (AP) interface
Yep, this is where I'm at for now. I will probably eventually install another Microtik in the AP location, but I can't right now.When I set it up following the reddit post I did not have 2 mikrotik units just 1 and could not get access to other hardware so needed to make it work.
Yep, thanks, I linked to it in the first post in this thread, but I didn't really understand the page.Have a look at this wiki page.So, I guess I need more explanation on what a "pseudo station bridge" is, and how it works.