I know ... and that's not the point.This you can do on the MT Router itself. No need for an external server.On most sites I run internal DNS (on separate small server) ... so when I set static DHCP lease, I also add (by hand) that device to DNS system.
A PD indicates that it is standards-compliant by placing a 25 kΩ resistor between the powered pairs.
/interface bridge port set [ find name=sfp-sfpplus1-DECIX-IN ] pvid=10
I never tested the difference myself ... but from other people's observations it hits cAPs as well. Beefy capsman HW makes things a tad easier, at least in DL direction.does this count if we have a heavy duty ros hardware?