hello every one
can i take a backup from RB1100 and restore it to another Mikrotik Router Os installed on dell server ?? and vice verse !
I've seen the same, but I fixed it by editing each interface and resetting the MAC Address to its hardware one rather than from the previous device.Binary backups are generally intended to be restored on the same exact router that generated them. I've even seen strangeness with restoring a binary backup onto a different unit of the same model and firmware revision.
/interface ethernet reset-mac-address
Nope, you wont be able to edit the binary backup, but you can apply it to the new device and then once it has booted, reset the mac addresses on each interface.Can you edit the contents of a binary backup? (Never bothered to try opening one)
Another thing to look for is the naming of wireless interfaces. We used a base template image to default our 2011 model CPE whenever we'd put one in stock, and many times, the restore lead to the wireless interface being named wlan2 for some odd reason.