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Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Feb 15, 2007 12:08 pm

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Again, Thanks Mikrotik and Team
this day we will upgrade.....

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What's new in 2.9.40:

*) ups - fixed resource leak;
*) sped up packet handling when router had a lot of queues;
*) fixed RIP redistribution after an interface down/up (routing-test);
*) fixed in console - print count-only in scripts was crashing console;
*) updated WinBox Loader to v2.2.11;
*) fixed Atheros 5211 channel lists;
*) console - fixed export to escape '?' with '\' in strings;
*) routing-test - improved BGP reload time and memory usage on peer down/up;
*) routing-test - fixed very rare crash, small performance improvement;
*) graphing bugfix - some interface (bridge, wlan) data was dropped on reboot;
*) user-manager - voucher customization;
*) user-manager - added database save/load/reset actions (from console only);
*) user-manager - added authorize.net payment system;
*) user manager - prices now stored as decimals;
*) user manager - object removal confirmation;
*) user manager - CSV files now have header;
*) user manager - popup-blocker workaround for CSV;
*) user manager - close option for active sessions;
*) user manager - reset-counters option for routers;
*) user manager - public-host field for customers;
*) user manager - group field for users;
*) user manager - fixed time-zone bug;
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Feb 15, 2007 12:33 pm

BGP is broken :(
 
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Thu Feb 15, 2007 2:00 pm

Could anyone confirm that? edvinsma - you should write to the support and send them network diagram + support output files
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Thu Feb 15, 2007 2:06 pm

Could anyone confirm that? edvinsma - you should write to the support and send them network diagram + support output files
Yesterday I have sent report to support@
 
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Thu Feb 15, 2007 3:59 pm

*) updated WinBox Loader to v2.2.11

1) What was the update (WinBox changelog)
2) MT download page still has 2.2.10

OT - I'd like the link back to the MT home page from the forum. :)

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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:27 pm

BGP is broken :(
Was that routing test or regular package?

Thanks
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:49 pm

Was that routing test or regular package?

Thanks
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Fri Feb 16, 2007 12:14 am

How is BGP broken?
 
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Fri Feb 16, 2007 5:59 am

Just applied it to a test server with an active BGP session but only receiving /22 routes and larger and it works just fine.
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Feb 22, 2007 3:40 pm

BGP is broken :(
Completely :(

I have 3 peers... recalculation of routes shows to be broken as well as the update commands...

I disconnect one and i get no recalculations. I connect it again and i get all the routes preferred by that source. To me it looks completely broken...

Just switch to quagga 0.98 ... I do not see why we should go through all this for almost 2 years now...

This one has to be fixed once and for good.. :?
 
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Thu Feb 22, 2007 3:41 pm

ok, you are the second (!) person with BGP problem. please email support with all details and supout.rif file. it is completely possible that it is a configuration problem
 
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Thu Feb 22, 2007 4:50 pm

Sorry but a simple config with 3 peers and 4 or 5 filters is impossible to go wrong.
The machine is prod and we have spent enough time messing with upgrades and downgrades for the past year or so. Now I am back on 2.9.39 with the regular hung ups here and there (updates might go wrong sometimes).

You are more than welcome to join the network (through VPN) even get a Longterm dedicated Remote MT wireless node (with as many wireless ifs and peers as you want) in order to develop, test and troubleshoot your router software. I think that 560 wireless ASes (wireless nodes) will be enough for the tests...

We have invited you in the past to do so… and even bought about 100 lics (now we do not exactly know how many they are in our community) at one point in time. To me it’s the only solution and a better one since the supout backwards and forwards game is not bringing any results.

We will be more than glad to have you aboard and collaborate towards a good result…
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Thu Feb 22, 2007 4:53 pm

everything is possible. you can even break things just adding wrong endries in /ip address :oops:
 
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Thu Feb 22, 2007 5:54 pm

start porting openbgpd. It's amazingly stable, extremely fast, uses a fraction of the memory and is actively developed. It leaves Quagga in the shadows. Plus it has a BSD license.
http://www.openbgpd.org/
Move along. Nothing to see here.
 
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Thu Feb 22, 2007 6:10 pm

everything is possible. you can even break things just adding wrong endries in /ip address :oops:
It's not... just and because 2.9.39 works and upgrading to 2.9.40 doesn't...

Time to get serious... :)

OpenBGPd and Quagga are both as good and as stable... leaving out some specific versions with bugs...

Any one would do :)
 
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Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:19 pm

please write to support, we need to see your config and try to find the problem. remote access also would be nice
 
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:49 am

netTraptor - we have still not received a mail from you.
 
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:49 pm

I will arrange a setup just for you… It’s not long since new people have taken over the administration. As far as I know there was a mail which you should have received over a year (maybe) ago.

I will talk to our admin team in order to get a set up ready to go for you.

I believe that useful stuff will come out of this. I am happy to see you are willing to collaborate on this.

I will contact you by mail! Thanks! :D
 
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:49 pm

we are interested in 2.9.40, that's newer than a year
 
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:16 pm

I am talking about the troubleshooting and the collaboration...

If 2.9.40 is the problem then OK i will do the upgrade again and post the situation... But i guess thats not the flaming point :) its just a version with a hick up.. :)

It's on its way
 
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We have the same refresh problem described in the previous post. Already send a email to support with the support files but any news about? If the mikrotik support wants ,its possible to provide access to our MKT core backup router to make some tests. Only to describe for the other topic readers:
We are a small PSTN company in Brazil, Mkt its used as core for BGP and all our communication structure between the Huawei Soft-switch (SBC) and users with IP-CEN TREX solution.
The Core delivery 10 mb Internet gateway in 3 peers. And about 6000 phone terminals. VRRP its utilized too.
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I left mikrotik for bgp routing.
Using zebra is far superior than mikrotik.
 
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I left mikrotik for bgp routing.
Using zebra is far superior than mikrotik.
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:48 pm

in 2.9.41 version BGP bug fixed
 
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Thu Mar 15, 2007 1:37 am

I just built 3 routers today with BGP peerings between each other and ran into total chaos. Downgraded to 2.9.38 and it worked perfectly. Something to do with route selection and routes not getting refreshed, etc... is 2.9.41 available ?

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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Mar 15, 2007 1:43 am

in 2.9.41 version BGP bug fixed
Got the lottery numbers too?
 
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I just built 3 routers today with BGP peerings between each other and ran into total chaos. Downgraded to 2.9.38 and it worked perfectly. Something to do with route selection and routes not getting refreshed, etc... is 2.9.41 available ?

Sam
Today I test version 2.9.41. I hope, MT release this version ASAP.
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Mar 15, 2007 2:39 am

Got the lottery numbers too?
No, distance from my office up to office of MT - 1 km, therefore a package has reached me much more quickly than up to You :D
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Mar 15, 2007 2:42 am

Got the lottery numbers too?
No, distance from my office up to office of MT - 1 km, therefore a package has reached me much more quickly than up to You :D
Thanks, sometimes can't figure out who represents MT in this "user-to-user" forum.
 
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Thu Mar 15, 2007 5:09 am

Today I test the 2.9.41 apparently the refresh bug is solved but the BGP session can’t stay steady... After 2 hours reset...the route table process is absolutely slow. About 1 hour to process 2 peers full table. I think that’s no read yet... Last but not least the table process take all the processor attention I can even generate a support file... I know that’s a kind of “beta” and only post this to help the development team… Please I offer again access to my backup rooter… I really have faith in MK!!!
 
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Re: Nice to Read v2.9.40

Thu Mar 15, 2007 8:41 am

Got the lottery numbers too?
No, distance from my office up to office of MT - 1 km, therefore a package has reached me much more quickly than up to You :D
Thanks, sometimes can't figure out who represents MT in this "user-to-user" forum.
mostly nobody, sometimes me.

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