Is there a plan to include this command in Winbox ?See the link I posted before. Yes, you can say it helps PB to power other devices, but what it actually does is disables short circuit detection on all poe out ports.
I can confirm CCR's with SNTP were OK and CCR's with NTP crashed and became unresponse.For this one, yes, but next leap second will be added in around 2 years.Little too late, don't you think?
Could you please tell me if you had NTP package on all the servers, or you used SNTP?
Is there any documentation on this please. I can see some new settings on WLAN1 Interface but not under CAPsMAN2 (CM2) package as indicated ?What's new in 6.25 (2015-Jan-19 10:11):
*) WPS support added to CM2 wireless package
In case anyone did not understand - the image is how NOT to connect the cableI was connected as shown in the image, but the power does not enter, it did not work.
We are also seeing port flap on CCR1036 and RoS 6.6, FW 3.10CCR-1016
in more obvious way.
before 6.6 ports were going down and that's it
now it flaps ports many times before restart by watchdog.
first week on 6.6 was very stable I thought it is final holy aid....
We have these in stock in NZ now - www.campbell.co.nzThe last update we had from Mikrotik sales they said late September.
We couldn't wait and just got two current model CCR's to carry us through until it it released.
Hmmm.... Wiki update may be required here as these commands are definitely not in RoS 5.0+We have added initial mode-cfg support in version v6rc13. If anyone wants to test and suggest other needed mode-cfg features.
BumpNormis - could you please provide a link to these patterns. I have looked in the brochure and User Guide but could not find themwe will have the antenna patterns in about a week
Normis - could you please provide a link to these patterns. I have looked in the brochure and User Guide but could not find themwe will have the antenna patterns in about a week
Are Mikrotik going to stock this so we can buy it with our RB751's ?Only antenna with straight MMCX fill fit easily out of the box: http://www.google.lv/search?gcx=c&ix=c2 ... 6&bih=1071
I have a few 5.8GHz Groove's deployed but we also get questions about a 2.4GHz version for outdoor AP (Groove A of course !!)The groove is a single change radio. (one antenna)what about Groove 2.4 GHz ? I recall hearing something about this somewhere but cannot find any solid references....