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MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 11:31 am

MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)
Read our latest newsletter and learn more about:

• Covid-19 update
• hAP ac³ LTE6 kit
• CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS
• CRS326-24G-2S+IN
• UNII-2 support for the United States and Canada
• ServeTheHome: “..best value 48x PoE+ on the market?”
• MikroTik switch in Linus Tech Tips

https://mikrotikdownload.s3.eu-west-1.a ... ews_95.pdf
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 1:18 pm

The CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS looks promising. I would like to see some speed test results of GRE and EoIP over IPSec. With the current generation of CCRs (TILE) the results of using plain ipsec and tunnel over ipsec differ by a mile.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 2:09 pm

Will CCR2X series come out straight with ROSv7 or will it be part of the v6 family first?
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 2:36 pm

Do you have more information about that Annapurna AL32400?
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 2:40 pm

Unfortunatley every time MikroTik features in a Linus Tech Tips video he never gives the product the showcase it deserves, makes me wonder if he really understands it! After watching their 10 Gbit home network video a while back and they were having trouble figuring out how to configure it/couldn't find winbox so the video just cut to when it was done lol.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 2:40 pm

Do you have more information about that Annapurna AL32400? E.g. how many cores?
It has four cores. See here for details of CCR2004:
https://mikrotik.com/product/ccr2004_1g_12s_2xs
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 2:46 pm

Do you have more information about that Annapurna AL32400? E.g. how many cores?
It has four cores. See here for details of CCR2004:
https://mikrotik.com/product/ccr2004_1g_12s_2xs
Only 4 cores for such a huge amount of SFP+/SFP28 interfaces... Is there any other way more powerful version on the roadmap?
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 3:59 pm

The CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS looks promising. I would like to see some speed test results of GRE and EoIP over IPSec. With the current generation of CCRs (TILE) the results of using plain ipsec and tunnel over ipsec differ by a mile.

Well, looks like the CCR1016-12S-1S+ is pretty much dead now. But the test results have me scratching my head. Either a box is PPS (CPU)-bound, or it is IO-bound. Looking at the block diagram, you can push a maximum of 50 Gbps through it (port extender uplink to the SOC is 2x25G).

Yet the box maxes out at ~2.8 Mpps fastpath at 1518 byte packets, giving ~35 Gbps. As that isn't really close to 50G, it looks it's CPU-bound. But going to 512 byte packets, the PPS more than doubles to 6.2 Mpps, showing that it wasn't. Going to 64 byte packets the PPS again goes up by a factor of 1.5 to 9.2 Mpps. So if it can do 9+ Mpps, why can't it get closer to 50 Gbps at larger packet sizes? :?

And at 35 Gbps going flat out the box is oversubscribed by a factor of 5. And that's in the absolute best case. If you want it to do anything more than just slinging max size packets, it's going to be closer to a factor 30. A CRS has the excuse that it's a switch (and can do L2 at speed) for L3 oversubscriptions like that, but this is supposed to be a router... I can see it being a VPN concentrator or BGP RR, but you don't need the 25G (or even most of the 10G) ports for that.

I'm not really getting this, to be honest.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 4:25 pm

Good to see a desktop version of the CRS3XX line. I need the CRS112-8P-4S-IN upgraded to the CRS3xx hardware and have 16 ports, rackmount or desktop (short depth PoE switch).
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 4:34 pm

Unfortunatley every time MikroTik features in a Linus Tech Tips video he never gives the product the showcase it deserves, makes me wonder if he really understands it! After watching their 10 Gbit home network video a while back and they were having trouble figuring out how to configure it/couldn't find winbox so the video just cut to when it was done lol.
Linus is a nice dude that honestly likes technology.
But when it comes to networking he simply doesn't know much about it. (Check an old Infiniband video that he did that shows clearly the lack of knowledge on networking)
So I don't expect him anytime soon to give RouterBoards and RouterOS the attention they deserve.
Even STH don't seem to show what the platform can actually do.

Anthony is probably the only guy in LMG that can understand complex network stuff (but doesn't necessarily knows them in advance).

Besides, their (gaming) audience is not that advanced to even understand what RouterOS can actually do.
They obviously prefer RGB :lol:
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 4:57 pm

Why are you making these black cases? Well, couldn't you have made a normal case for hAP AC3? Like the hEX S by color, or classic white? Again, this "cheap" case as in the "lite" version.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 5:46 pm

Well, looks like the CCR1016-12S-1S+ is pretty much dead now. But the test results have me scratching my head. Either a box is PPS (CPU)-bound, or it is IO-bound. Looking at the block diagram, you can push a maximum of 50 Gbps through it (port extender uplink to the SOC is 2x25G).

Yet the box maxes out at ~2.8 Mpps fastpath at 1518 byte packets, giving ~35 Gbps. As that isn't really close to 50G, it looks it's CPU-bound. But going to 512 byte packets, the PPS more than doubles to 6.2 Mpps, showing that it wasn't. Going to 64 byte packets the PPS again goes up by a factor of 1.5 to 9.2 Mpps. So if it can do 9+ Mpps, why can't it get closer to 50 Gbps at larger packet sizes? :?
Could it be a mix? The only part of the packet that uses CPU power is the header, the payload is just using memory bandwidth. Maybe with the 1518 byte packets its memory is bandwidth starved, and the CPU isn't maxed out. When it get smaller packets we use more CPU - as the payload gets smaller - than memory bandwidth. This way we don't have a smooth curve, as we are used to see.

Going down to 64 byte packets, it finally gets CPU starved - and we see the pps and bps falling.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 8:32 pm

Could it be a mix? The only part of the packet that uses CPU power is the header, the payload is just using memory bandwidth. Maybe with the 1518 byte packets its memory is bandwidth starved, and the CPU isn't maxed out. When it get smaller packets we use more CPU - as the payload gets smaller - than memory bandwidth. This way we don't have a smooth curve, as we are used to see.

Going down to 64 byte packets, it finally gets CPU starved - and we see the pps and bps falling.

Yeah, but that's not what happens. If we assume that 35 Gbps is an IO limit (not due to the interconnect but something else, like memory bandwidth for instance as you say), the 64-byte result proves that the CPU can do 9.2 Mpps. Then why isn't it doing 8.5 Mpps to get to the same 35G at 512 bytes? The CPU can do it, as it proves when shuffling 64 byte packets, and the IO subsystem can, as it proves with the 1518 byte packets. Yet although PPS goes up, total BPS goes down for both 512 & 64 bytes. That makes no sense; it isn't hitting either IO or CPU limits yet at 512 bytes.

When you look at the results for other boxes, like the CCR1016, they behave more or less like you would expect; either 1518 bytes IO bound (by combined bandwidth of the physical ports) and 512 & 64 bytes CPU bound with roughly the same PPS and lower total BPS, or 1518 & 512 bytes IO bound with roughly the same BPS and 64 bytes running out of CPU with higher PPS buth lower total BPS.
 
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Wed Apr 29, 2020 10:43 pm


Yeah, but that's not what happens. If we assume that 35 Gbps is an IO limit (not due to the interconnect but something else, like memory bandwidth for instance as you say), the 64-byte result proves that the CPU can do 9.2 Mpps. Then why isn't it doing 8.5 Mpps to get to the same 35G at 512 bytes? The CPU can do it, as it proves when shuffling 64 byte packets, and the IO subsystem can, as it proves with the 1518 byte packets. Yet although PPS goes up, total BPS goes down for both 512 & 64 bytes. That makes no sense; it isn't hitting either IO or CPU limits yet at 512 bytes.
If I remember correctly, these tests measure the speed of the payload traffic, not the speed at ethernet layer. That would explain the difference: due to the header overhead it hits the (theoretical) 35Gbps ceiling.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 10:46 pm

Hello. Interesting point of view about the performance.. what about a comparison between the 1036 and one of these in terms if pure speed? We use 1036 at core with 4.5 gbit per second fastrsck with cpu 15%... this new router seems interesting so i can avoid a switch for trunk in 10g ports, but the max throughtput will be lower...
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Wed Apr 29, 2020 10:56 pm

Nice products for this newsletter. I would love to see Mikrotik on the CRS3xx line to have PoE+ included, and mGig Ports instead of normal 1 Gbps ones. That will make this switch (and the rack mount version a very compelling device.

Still I like the new CRS326 desktop version but the next level for me will be to have these features out of the box.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Thu Apr 30, 2020 8:52 am

Will CCR2X series come out straight with ROSv7 or will it be part of the v6 family first?
Do you expect an answer from MT on this? They will not respond. :)
My guess, no, v7 is in early beta stage.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Thu Apr 30, 2020 11:03 am

If I remember correctly, these tests measure the speed of the payload traffic, not the speed at ethernet layer. That would explain the difference: due to the header overhead it hits the (theoretical) 35Gbps ceiling.

That's not what the test results indicate; 1518 bytes is a full 1500-byte MTU Ethernet frame, and the BPS & PPS rates match those 1518 bytes. So do the other two, where 64 bytes is of course the minimum Ethernet frame size. So in the published numbers the entire frame is counted, not just the payload.
 
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Thu Apr 30, 2020 2:16 pm

If I remember correctly, these tests measure the speed of the payload traffic, not the speed at ethernet layer. That would explain the difference: due to the header overhead it hits the (theoretical) 35Gbps ceiling.

That's not what the test results indicate; 1518 bytes is a full 1500-byte MTU Ethernet frame, and the BPS & PPS rates match those 1518 bytes. So do the other two, where 64 bytes is of course the minimum Ethernet frame size. So in the published numbers the entire frame is counted, not just the payload.
True. Time to find a new hypothesis. But it is clearly hitting some limit, and I don't think it is software related.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Fri May 01, 2020 11:31 am

What irony in NEWSLETTER you show a photo of Nexstream employees from mikrotik sxt lite5 with software from .... Cambium.
During the epidemic, it is very clear how much MIKROTIK suffers from the lack of a good p2mp protocol. Any AP where many clients have launched a home VPN // Video teamwork almost ceases to work 802.11AC + RTS / CTS completely fails. NV2 supports only 20Mhz channels with full scaling and only 20-25 clients without any degradation of spectral performance.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Fri May 01, 2020 5:53 pm

Very surprising to me that launches another indoor LTE device. The most incredible is that all indoors are more expensive that the outdoors models.

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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Sat May 02, 2020 9:35 am

@krafg: Me to. The focus on LTE SOHO boxes generally confuses me. That market is already flooded with cheap alternatives.
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Sat May 02, 2020 1:20 pm

No news about spectral scan o mu-mimo?
 
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Sat May 02, 2020 4:58 pm

No news about spectral scan o mu-mimo?
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Sun May 03, 2020 7:43 am

dear MikroTik,

on regards of CRS326-24G-2S+IN, it's nice if you can create CRS326-24G-2S+2HnD-IN (the upgrade of CRS125-24G-1S-2HnD-IN). this unit also can help the MTCSWE class as the switch crs3xx will have the internal wireless to be able to connect to the trainer router. Or may be create the smaller version like CRS317-16G-1S-2HnD-IN or similar.

thank you

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Sun May 03, 2020 8:54 pm

@prawira: Why just not buy a simple access point? 99% of all switches ends up in a closet or rack - what's the point of wireless then? Wireless is also more prone to technology changes (n, ac, mimo etc.) but a switch remains.
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Sun May 03, 2020 9:46 pm

Why is the hap ac3 so more expensiv than the hap ac2. only an additional lte mode can not justify +150€, or?
 
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Sun May 03, 2020 10:01 pm

mikrotik is never going to carry out a spectral scan?
 
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Sun May 03, 2020 10:14 pm

Any plans/timetable for UNII-2 support in the US on RBwAPG-5HacT2HnD? I just switched all APs to these and was disappointed they were not on the list of supported products listed in the newsletter.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Mon May 04, 2020 6:13 am

Just a suggestion / HW feature request:
all fanless future products should also have the possibility to optionally add a cooling fan, ie. a power source for it should be available on the board.
MT can put such add-on and replacement cooling-fans also into its product portfolio.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Mon May 04, 2020 12:47 pm

Why is the hap ac3 so more expensiv than the hap ac2. only an additional lte mode can not justify +150€, or?
good question, for 140 EUR you get Huawei B715 cat9 modem + hap ac2 fo firewalling/routing
 
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Mon May 04, 2020 10:56 pm

Where is Wifi 6E?
 
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Mon May 04, 2020 11:00 pm

Why is the hap ac3 so more expensiv than the hap ac2. only an additional lte mode can not justify +150€, or?

The even more baffling fact about the hAP ac3 is actually that it seems like a less appealing copy of Chateau LTE 12 - with the only apparent differences being a CAT6 modem (Chateau has CAT12), an added miniPCIe slot (which the vast majority of the userbase likely won't ever use) and a $10 lower MSRP. Literally everything else seems to be the same (check the block diagrams). A textbook example of (accidental?) cannibalizing your own product (which was 2 months old!) - and not even that successfully as opting for the CAT12 Chateau (with the bonus external antenna connectors available on it too) for $10 more is basically a no-brainer.

And just like with the Chateau - not worthy to upgrade (or even to consider as an alternative unless built-in LTE is an absolute must for you and much cheaper USB modems or Android tethering are insufficient) from the so much cheaper hAP ac2. Still only 5 ports, only two 5GHz chains (which was already a downgrade from the original hAP ac's three), equal(ish) CPU (IPQ-4019 vs 4018) but without IPsec HW offload mentioned anywhere, same (sad) 16MB of flash and still a plastic enclosure. Well, another "no buy" for me :( Utopically waiting for a non-botched desktop RB4011r2 (its CPU/RAM/flash/ports/chains/enclosure combo I'd consider adequate for a $200+ price tag) revised to be an actual 2011/3011 successor - i. e. containing at least half-decent switch chips that don't do VLANs in software (cutting some miniscule costs on that in a $250 all-in-one flagship just seems inexcusable) and a USB port (which - despite Mikrotik still marketing them on product pages as a storage expansion option when we all know how slow they are for that usecase - are actually much more interesting as an occasional LTE modem/tethering option without the costly $150ish LTE internals markup).
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Tue May 05, 2020 7:01 am

@prawira: Why just not buy a simple access point? 99% of all switches ends up in a closet or rack - what's the point of wireless then? Wireless is also more prone to technology changes (n, ac, mimo etc.) but a switch remains.
many reasons of the need of build-in wireless option on switch...
1, for the mtcswe class where no network cables from trainer router to students router. with add another access point means more complicated setup, as more cable and need more power plug for it.
2. with the condition where the switch located on top of roof and no celluler signal available, than the engineer can do the communication with noc within the build-in wireless on the switch.
3. remember CRS is router and switch as well, it can do routing as well; not just switching. so wireless still need for indoor / desktop. as state before, additional access point means more complicated setup as more data and power cables; thus reduce 1 port on switch for the additional suggested access point.

cheers

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hi
i have a problem on LHG XL hp5
lhg ethernet port not compatible with any switch ,when connect the ether to any switch will cause loop into switch,even when i use a mikrotik rb951 as aswitch by bridging it is ports,rb951 log say ethernet4 (lhg connect into) on bridge1 rseve pakit with it is own mac.........loop.
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Because of this problem I bought a new device (LHg) but the surprise was the new device suffers from the same problem,
I tried in all ways and with all releases of ruoteros but I surrendered now and I came to ask for help
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LHG XL Hp5 config
bridge1=>ports=>wlan1 . . . . . "wlan1 mod staion-wds"
mesh1=>ports=>bridge1+ether1 ............. this is my little trick mesh Contain bridge as an aport + ether1
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Tue May 05, 2020 8:32 pm

Any plans/timetable for UNII-2 support in the US on RBwAPG-5HacT2HnD? I just switched all APs to these and was disappointed they were not on the list of supported products listed in the newsletter.
I too am super-interested in UNII-2 support in the US, especially for the Audience/RBD25G-5HPacQD2HPnD. Being able to leverage UNII-2 for the mesh network at 160MHz is the spectrum flexibility we've been needing!
 
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Wed May 06, 2020 11:13 pm

Any plans/timetable for UNII-2 support in the US on RBwAPG-5HacT2HnD? I just switched all APs to these and was disappointed they were not on the list of supported products listed in the newsletter.
I too am super-interested in UNII-2 support in the US, especially for the Audience/RBD25G-5HPacQD2HPnD. Being able to leverage UNII-2 for the mesh network at 160MHz is the spectrum flexibility we've been needing!
Also the RBwAPG-5HacT2HnD-US APs as well. These are "primary devices" in a business infrastructure.
Unfortunately, the power and flexibility of the Mikrotik wifi ecosystem is terribly limited in the US.

We really, desperately need UNII-2 in the US to use these things in serious facility deployments; having 57% of the available spectrum 'locked out' due to lack of FCC device-approval makes Mikrotik a non-starter for anything other than simple home deployments in the US (point-to-point things are obviously still very much on the table).
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Thu May 07, 2020 12:03 pm

We are actively working on other UNII certifications, including for Audience. Other already certified products are listed in the newsletter.
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Thu May 07, 2020 7:28 pm

We are actively working on other UNII certifications, including for Audience. Other already certified products are listed in the newsletter.
Thanks Normis!
I appreciate your response and I know you are! I just wanted to add public feedback in support of it! "Squeaky-wheels get the grease" and all...
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Fri May 08, 2020 4:11 am

Where is Wifi 6E?
Hopefully it will go away.
 
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Tue May 12, 2020 8:16 am

Any SXT or LHG device with LTE12 and 10/100/1000 lan ports soon?
 
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Tue May 12, 2020 12:40 pm

Any SXT or LHG device with LTE12 and 10/100/1000 lan ports soon?
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Re: MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

Fri May 22, 2020 6:08 pm

MikroTik newsletter May 2020 (#95)

• CRS326-24G-2S+IN
@normis, what's the big difference, if any, between this new CRS326-24G-2S+IN and the CRS326-24G-2S+RM, besides the case?

I spotted the following difference in their respective download directories:
https://mikrotik.com/product/crs326_24g ... -downloads has a "RouterBoot firmware" for download (file tilegx_3.41.fwf ),
whereas this is missing for the RM version:
https://mikrotik.com/product/CRS326-24G ... -downloads

How come & what does this mean?

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