L2TP is NAT friendly, yes, but once it gets encapsulated inside IPsec, and that's what Andrew is talking about,there is nothing to support, l2tp is NAT friendly by it's nature. it is not like pptp. so your comment is not true.
I don't understand why you would need to create an EoIP tunnel because to get PPPoE itself going you'dI am trying to build an EoIP tunnel on top of an existing PPPoE link
The encryption settings are tied to the security-profile. You may set individual security-profilesI do not see anywhere that you could assign which adapter to apply the encryption on. Any ideas?
Sure, email me at tn.expires.20050830(at)gosingen.net and I'll send you the package.Oooh, i am using this feature (TKIP with Intel PROset) with my home gateway. Could you share a copy of that wireless package?
That question, especially regarding the antenna, can not be answered without seeing the building and doing a site survey and some testing. So you decide...but need to know what ap/antenna would have the best coverage.
How would this be done if the gateway addresses are not static but all ISP connections are using dynamically assigned gateways (i.e. PPPoE)?ghm, I think this example is similar to your situation, check it:
http://www.mikrotik.com/docs/ros/2.9/ip ... t#18.104.22.168
Sure it works. It would help if you'd show us your configuration...Does any of these interfaces bridge combinations work with RC4 or 2.8.27
Actualy I'am unable to make it work properly.
I've seen performance problems like this when there is a duplex mismatch (full vs. half, one side doing auto-neg, the other not) on the ethernet (not RB500 specific, just in general).So the ether1 is defective...
Did you tryIn my firewall "connections" I have all my connections and they count down if they are not being used. Some of them have a timeout of 120:00:00
Is there a way to force a timeout on these?
/ip firewall connection print remove <num-of-connection>