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Version 2.9.25 out

Wed Jun 07, 2006 4:19 pm

What's new in 2.9.25:

*) added missing '/ip dhcp-server alert get' command;
*) fixed DHCP server to work with some non-RFC compliant DHCP clients;
*) improved robustness of serial port UPS handling; fixed value exponent
handling for USB UPS;
*) fixed problem with static ARP entries not added after reboot
on some interfaces;
*) graphing web interface is now a valid xhtml 1.0;
*) added support for Novatel Wireless CDMA card;
*) speed up route table updates in routing-test;
*) fixed crash in routing-test (introduced in 2.9.19);
*) fixed crash in user-manager if download-limit is used and radius packet
logging is enabled;
*) fixed handling of disabled packages by console setup;
 
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Wed Jun 07, 2006 4:23 pm

warning, a known issue:

Apparently, WinBox has problems in regard to BGP. You are advised to use console to configure BGP.
 
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Wed Jun 07, 2006 4:26 pm

Thanks for quick notice...
 
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Wed Jun 07, 2006 5:42 pm

Well fix it normis :)))

Seriously, thanks guys.

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Wed Jun 07, 2006 5:46 pm

And still no mention of a working VRRP... -shrugs- Are we ever going to see working redundancy / high availability? :(
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Wed Jun 07, 2006 5:55 pm

User Manager is still showing 2.9.24
So if you are testing the user manager feature, DO NOT upgrade or user manager will be un installed.. :shock:

(I found the hard way...) I would expect an update Soon ?? :wink:

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Wed Jun 07, 2006 6:26 pm

Does this release fix the problem with Intel wireless cards? It's not mentioned in the changelog.
 
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Wed Jun 07, 2006 7:33 pm

yes, it should be fixed.
http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?t=8299
Install 2.9.25 and try with intel cards.
 
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any new news on driver about Intel pro1000 DUAL?

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Proprietary-extensions in wireless menu

Thu Jun 08, 2006 12:12 am

?? Proprietary-extensions in wireless menu ??

Hello,
what does this mean ?
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 12:56 am

warning, a known issue:

Apparently, WinBox has problems in regard to BGP. You are advised to use console to configure BGP.
Is this already fixed in 2.9.25??
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 1:40 am

>There was problem with Firewall rule that uses action=tarpit. We will fix > that in v2.9.25, you can wait till that.
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it is fixed in 2.9.25 or not?
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 2:51 am

So when can we expect .26 out to fix the bgp issue?
 
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Problem "*) fixed problem with static ARP entries not added after reboot
on some interfaces;" that I reported in ticket #2006051816000033 is NOT fixed in this release. Exact same problem as before.

Static ARP entry on RSTP bridge interface not effective after reboot. Must disable and re-enable for static arp entry to work.

Also updated ticket via e-mail.

Please correct ASAP, this is killing us.

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We have 2 Test machines with routing-test. After a few hours with 2.9.25, we got bgp constantly renegotiating with neighbors. ??? downgraded to 2.9.24
Can I already smell 2.9.26? :roll:
 
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We have 2 Test machines with routing-test. After a few hours with 2.9.25, we got bgp constantly renegotiating with neighbors. ??? downgraded to 2.9.24
Can I already smell 2.9.26? :roll:
Good I dont use routing-test. The routing package seems to be working ok. I hate this.
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 6:57 am

Routing-test in 2.9.25 fixed many of our problems (speed is 100% better at updating routing table, discarded routes being advertised to peer, etc) yet when we disconnect/disable from a peer we get 100% CPU forever. Not all the time - but 1 out of 2-3. Putting together more supouts.

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any new news on driver about Intel pro1000 DUAL?

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rpingar.. check this out http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?t=8793 , looks like Intel Dual port problem not Mikrotik... already try on FreeBSD also have same problem.

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Thu Jun 08, 2006 9:25 am

You know... This is starting to peeve me off actually.

MT seems much more phased by bringing out new releases every second day (just about), instead of taking their time and making SURE things work before they release it.

You're doing *no one* a faviour by releaseing buggy software every week MT... Really. Get this right, plan your updates, and release it when it's been tested properly. Personally, considering that there's talk already about the .10 branch, I doubt very much whether MT will ever get a hold on 2.9... I'm dissapointed, to say the least
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QUEUE data LOST

Thu Jun 08, 2006 9:32 am

Is fixed bug, which was in 2.9.24: After reboot I lost all queue data. I aum using this for FUP. So is here any version which does not have this bug? :evil:
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 9:37 am

well tons of people were screaming for this wireless fix so we released as soon as we could. there you have it ...
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 9:38 am

warning, a known issue:

Apparently, WinBox has problems in regard to BGP. You are advised to use console to configure BGP.
Is this already fixed in 2.9.25??
what do you mean? this comment is about 2.9.25, so fix can be in 2.9.26
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 9:39 am

Good I dont use routing-test. The routing package seems to be working ok. I hate this.
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Dude, why the hell did ya put same avatar as me :D
You bring confusion ;)
I drink like a pirate and smoke like a hippie...
 
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what's that you say, djape? :D
 
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And still no mention of a working VRRP... -shrugs- Are we ever going to see working redundancy / high availability? :(
savage, can you send all information about your problem to support? other customers say that vrrp started working in latest versions.

supout.rif file should be from 2.9.25
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 11:17 am

warning, a known issue:

Apparently, WinBox has problems in regard to BGP. You are advised to use console to configure BGP.
Is this already fixed in 2.9.25??
what do you mean? this comment is about 2.9.25, so fix can be in 2.9.26
So this is bgp issues or winbox issue?
 
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Thu Jun 08, 2006 1:45 pm

As you are advised to configure it via console (just not via WinBox) I'd say it's obvious that the announced problem is not with BPG itself, but with the WinBox interface...

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Thu Jun 08, 2006 1:47 pm

actually there might be no prolem at all. looks like false alert. we could not repeat the so-called `winbox issue`
 
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And still no mention of a working VRRP... -shrugs- Are we ever going to see working redundancy / high availability? :(
savage, can you send all information about your problem to support? other customers say that vrrp started working in latest versions.

supout.rif file should be from 2.9.25
http://forum.mikrotik.com//viewtopic.php?p=39817

Just one of many posts about VRRP not working since .23 - the above actually states .25 not working. Before I even consider a possible rollout of updated software for testing, I read the changelog to see if a (my?) specific issue was fixed in the current version... That's how intelligent upgrades are done:

1) Determine whether a patch / update resolves your problem
2) Implement the patch / update in a test environment
3) Test the patch / update in a test environment
4) If happy, continue the rollout.

MT does not even pass point 1 above... I don't see a need for the rest.

If VRRP has been worked on, and is working in .25 - why is it not in the changelog? I don't 'trail' software when I know it. It was broken on previous versions, there's no mention that it's been fixed, I continue to presume it's not working.

The above has also been confirmed not to work by other members on the forum. I don't see the point of breaking my own network by installing software on it that doesn't work? :?
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