Can we have another Wiki to "name and shame" the cheats ...cheating is not tolerated
GPS Wireless Sync
Wireless Routing Protocols
can someone clarify this ???Winbox Graphical QOS Flow for easy setup up of Bandwidth limiting and
v3 already has this"SNMP V2, V3"
/interface config add type=wireless name="wireless-uplink" ssid="..." mode=station add type=ethernet name="lan" mac-address=00:00:00:00:00:00 /interface config relations set wireless-uplink real-interface=wlan1 auto-relate-pattern-on-missing="wlan#" set lan real-interface=ether1 auto-relate-pattern-on-missing="ether#"
here come some early replies to your requests:
GPS Wireless Sync
not possible at all, special professional grade hardware is needed. the GPSes that attach to serial port have precision of ~1 sec. The special hardware device will have ~40uSec.
most of these links don't talk about precision, one mentioned 40ms, that's not enough to be useful.I think there are some solutions for this. Certainly it can be done, there are solutions out there commercially available, i.e. accurate sync of serial-attached GPS.
I had a quick (30 sec) websearch:
http://lists.ntp.isc.org/pipermail/ques ... 08797.html
http://www.atomic-clock.galleon.eu.com/ ... oducts.htm
There seem to be ways to solve this problem - how about some more research on that angle?
Do the MT developers want us/me to have a more detailed look - happy to help.
Mikrotik has developed quite a bit of hardware. Couldn't you just develop a GPS receiver that does what you want?the problem is that the internal timings of the GPS device are around 40uSec, but the data over serial is transfered once in 1-2 seconds, plus the `latency` of the serial port itself ...
[email@example.com] > ping Send ICMP Echo packets. Repeat after given time interval. <address> -- IP address interval -- Delay between messages size -- Packet size ttl -- Time to live do-not-fragment -- Do not fragment ping packets src-address -- Source IP address to use when pinging arp-interface -- Ping using ARP requests on this interface instead of ICMP count --
currently you can only specify one interface in the connect list. And you are setting in the interface settings the band. The wireless card. So I think this additional setting is not required.not worth wasting a vote on, but it would be nice to be able to also specify a band in a connect-list entry.