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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Thu Sep 20, 2012 3:35 pm

As far as I understood, suggestion was for "low cost router", which in my understanding is something in CPE class. OK, I guess I understand now.
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:41 pm

please give some examples how you would use it ? is it for home users? why two SFP ?
Probably not for home users but we have a client location that has three buildings. The fiber is running from a central building to the two outlying buildings. It would be great to have in the central building.
Always good to have a fibre in and a fibre out
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:25 pm

please give some examples how you would use it ? is it for home users? why two SFP ?
We need fibre in and fibre out - to other location. We are looking forward to new products with at least 2x SFP :)
In this case - would be good rb2011LS with two SPF and rackmount
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:00 am

please give some examples how you would use it ? is it for home users? why two SFP ?
Probably not for home users but we have a client location that has three buildings. The fiber is running from a central building to the two outlying buildings. It would be great to have in the central building.
Yes that was on my mind to
now we do combination 2 or 3 TP-Link fiber Converter with RB2011L-IN
but in near future I want to see all in one unit :)
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:11 am

honzam
If u can tell me what kind and what brand of SFP Module (or SFP transceiver) are u using?
and do u have any problem using it with RB2011LS-IN?
Tnx.
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:11 am

honzam
If u can tell me what kind and what brand of SFP Module (or SFP transceiver) are u using?
and do u have any problem using it with RB2011LS-IN?
Tnx.
I dont know what brand. But works all 1,25Gbit SFP Modules.
No problems with rb2011LS
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:09 am

The new PDF is here, with lots of great news

- RB2011 with wireless and touchscreen LCD!
- MikroTik youtube channel
- $99 rackmount
- MUM in Russia
- Academy in Indonesia
- RouterOS v5.20 released
- RB44Ge Ethernet card
- New PoE out functionmality


Download the newsletter: http://download2.mikrotik.com/news-41.pdf
In my opinion what is still missing are:

1) ADSL port with PPPoE and PPPoA (PPPoE is already there but xDSL and PPPoA support is still missing). I think that the board and the router version of the same product (possibly also with Wi-Fi) will be appreciated

2) SFP port on "tower" products, e.g. 411A + fiber port. This is because most of us are still fighting with the broadcasting interference and etherner over fiber would be appreciated

Just my 2 Euro cents ;)
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Sun Sep 30, 2012 8:26 pm

1) ADSL port with PPPoE and PPPoA



I do not understand why MikroTik forgives a large market
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Mon Oct 01, 2012 4:29 am

I do not understand why MikroTik forgives a large market
Probably because the xDSL market is controled by the ITU and shared only among a few companies (Broadcom, Siemens, ...)

But this annoys me each day.
It's basically impossible to buy a regular DSL modem nowadays that does not have some buggy router software glued onto it, which makes a Cisco 886VA for > 300€ the "cheapest" "trustworthy" "modem" I could buy.
please give some examples how you would use it ? is it for home users? why two SFP ?
Yes, Fiber-In, Fiber-Out, so you can build chains/loops.
A product with less power. Not the blasting 1W + stuff which Mikrotik is heading towards.
Yes, why 1W on an indoor router?
That's insanse, esp. as Europe and most other countries don't allow more than 100mW

I would rather like to see:
I would love pay a bit more for the RB2011UAS-2HnD to have both 2GHz/5GHz option or even with a minipci slot for later expansion.
why UGLY RED!?!?!?!?!
+1

Any why the ugly cut out around the USB port?
Makes me want to puke each time I see it.
The renderings of the CCR show a much better integration of the port.

Does RouterOS support DDMI from SFPS?
Can't be too difficult when even my cheap TP-Link switch supports it.
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:38 am

Yes, why 1W on an indoor router?
That's insanse, esp. as Europe and most other countries don't allow more than 100mW
Also most countries have speed limits on roads, but BMW can go 280KMh. High maximum simply means you can use it, when you need it. RB2011 has MMCX inside, you can use it in a different case, with external antenna.
why UGLY RED!?!?!?!?!
Matter of taste. So far, absolute majority are very happy with the new design. This is our most demanded product right now.
Any why the ugly cut out around the USB port?
microUSB cables have ugly big connector (the square plastic around connector tip), you can't plug it without having that hole.
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:25 pm

microUSB cables have ugly big connector (the square plastic around connector tip), you can't plug it without having that hole.
So why not on CCR?
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Also what about:
Does RouterOS support DDMI from SFPS?
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:29 am

How do we put a password on the 2011UAS LCD? Also, what about resource graphs and simple configuration via LCD?
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Tue Oct 16, 2012 8:26 am

How do we put a password on the 2011UAS LCD? Also, what about resource graphs and simple configuration via LCD?
These features are under development and will be available starting from version 6.
 
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Re: Newsletter 41 NEW PRODUCTS!

Tue Oct 16, 2012 9:24 pm

normis:

in the routerboarg webpage not sell the case indor for rb2011UAS-2HnD

rj45 serial port like cisco ??
I didn't see this answered and might be of use to someone. Yes, RJ45 serial like a Cisco cable. That's what I used on the RB2011 sitting on my desk right now.
 
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Re: Newsletter 41: NEW PRODUCTS!

Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:22 am

please give some examples how you would use it ? is it for home users? why two SFP ?
Probably not for home users but we have a client location that has three buildings. The fiber is running from a central building to the two outlying buildings. It would be great to have in the central building.
I have same condition like cbrown
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