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Newsletter 65

Mon Jun 08, 2015 11:11 am

In this issue:

- hEX lite
- WPS button
- RoMON
- FastTrack
- EoIP news

View the PDF here: http://download2.mikrotik.com/news/news_65.pdf
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Re: Newsletter 65

Mon Jun 08, 2015 11:42 am

hEX lite is a nice upgrade to the RB750 :)

Will we see the RB750GL upgraded to this CPU ?
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Re: Newsletter 65

Mon Jun 08, 2015 1:06 pm

Another missed opportunity! Who is waiting for just a faster rb750 where gigabit is sort of the standard today and a rb750UP is really something that needed an upgrade in both cpu, memory and gigabit ports?
There are hardly cheap passive PoE supply on all ports routers on the market, let alone with gigabit ports.
Many of us are upgrading their networks to gigibit to handle all the extra data througput mimo n and ac can deliver. But if your network uses several remote rb750 units for auto check (Ping watchdog) and power control by rb750UP's you are more and more becoming desparate to find another solution....

By now, and after the many requests from the users I would expect a newsletter reading "New rb750GUP" with improved cpu in its announcement..., THAT would make me happy.....

(A rb780GUP or rb780SGUP would be even better!)
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Re: Newsletter 65

Mon Jun 08, 2015 1:10 pm

if we apply hAP series logic - hEX lite suggests that there will be regular hEX also, maybe with those you will get what you need :)

As upgrade goes it is very good one, looking forward to try to overclock mine to 1GHz, i know it is not granted, but it will be in the cool basement, so should be fine.
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Re: Newsletter 65

Tue Jun 09, 2015 5:56 pm

Any info about CCR1072 and DynaDish?
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Re: Newsletter 65

Tue Jun 09, 2015 9:29 pm

Also waiting on info about the DynaDish..
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:12 pm

Any info about CCR1072 and DynaDish?
I am interested in these two items, too.
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 12:38 am

After MUM announcements, when do new products typically get put on the routerboard.com site with specs and pricing? Eagerly awaiting the hAP AC units.
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 1:31 am

After MUM announcements, when do new products typically get put on the routerboard.com site with specs and pricing? Eagerly awaiting the hAP AC units.
Well, in Prague promised for instance QRT with 'ac' board. Not a single sign of it yet....

hEX lite just comes sort of out of the blue and is already in the hardware list......
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 8:39 am

QRT with ac was already announced to distributors for sale, so expect it soon.
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Wed Jun 10, 2015 3:52 pm

QRT with ac was "already" announced to distributors for sale, so expect it soon.
All it need is to fit a new board. So even production wise it can be done in a matter of days.... don't understand why there is such timelap between promised 'soon' and real availability....
Anyway, I already made one myself. The original board failed so I'd fit an 'ac' board in it.... I beat MT! :D
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 3:55 pm

so I'd fit an 'ac' board in it.... I beat MT! :D
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Wed Jun 10, 2015 4:00 pm

QRT with ac was "already" announced to distributors for sale, so expect it soon.
All it need is to fit a new board. So even production wise it can be done in a matter of days.... don't understand why there is such timelap between promised 'soon' and real availability....
Anyway, I already made one myself. The original board failed so I'd fit an 'ac' board in it.... I beat MT! :D

did you also got it Certified? CE? FCC? some country specific?
I think lunching a product that emits any kind of energy is painful process, at least what i know from my country.
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 4:23 pm

did you also got it Certified? CE? FCC? some country specific?
I think lunching a product that emits any kind of energy is painful process, at least what i know from my country.
Just had my lunch and almost chocked in it from laughing.... I'm from 'cowboy land' man.... And no, that is NOT the united states! :lol:
Following regulatory regulations or approvals would put 80% of my industry out of business anyway...

And its not Africa or South America neither. We are south, yes. Hot and sunny but still in Europe....
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 5:10 pm

http://routerboard.com/RB911G-5HPacD-QRT is there :)

but what about DynaDish5 nad CCR1072? No words about it...
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 8:04 pm

Nice, maybe we'd woken someone up?
The DynaDish5 now is also there ...

Now we have to see how long it takes to reach the dealers.... count for weeks not to be months.....

The SXT HG5 ac (shown as new on their site but already there for a while) but hardly available.
The powerbox seems to be gone now... not a loss if something similar comes back with gigabit ports and more power under the hood.
(This was a product anyway that falls in the category 'too late, too simple')
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 10, 2015 10:20 pm

"To celebrate the 15th anniversary of EoIP, Mikrotik is adding keyphrase encryption support. Simply add a keyphrase to
the configuration of each EoIP interface and all traffic over the tunnel will be encrypted using IPsec. With the addition of
encryption, the protocol is still simple, robust, and easy to use."

Does this mean that EoIP is now encrypted with IPSec by default. No more putting it inside a PPtP connection.
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Re: Newsletter 65

Thu Jun 11, 2015 9:33 am

Yes, if you set ipsec-secret in eoip config, dynamic ipsec peer and policy is created for this tunnel. The same is also for GRE, Gre6, IPIP and IPIPv6
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Thu Jun 11, 2015 9:58 am

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Re: Newsletter 65

Fri Jun 12, 2015 7:00 pm

Is the quoted RB2011 fasttrack performance with huge frames?
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 17, 2015 4:37 pm

I'm sorry, but there is no ipsec-secret option in eoip menu:

[admin@MikroTik] > interface eoip add name=eoip1
Creates new item with specified property values.

arp -- Address Resolution Protocol
clamp-tcp-mss --
comment -- Short description of the item
copy-from -- Item number
disabled -- Defines whether item is ignored or used
dont-fragment --
dscp --
keepalive --
l2mtu --
local-address --
mac-address -- MAC address of the EoIP interface
mtu -- Maximum Transmit Unit
name -- Tunnel name
remote-address -- Remote address of tunnel
tunnel-id -- Tunnel identity
Version of RouterOS is 6.29.1.
In the Wiki appointed option ipsec-secret (string; Default: ), but i can't find it in router.
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Wed Jun 17, 2015 7:27 pm

As far as I know this feature comes with 6.30.
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Thu Jun 18, 2015 9:05 am

I would love to use hEX lite asap. It's a total replacement for RB750.
 
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Re: Newsletter 65

Sat Jun 20, 2015 6:25 pm

I would love to use hEX lite asap. It's a total replacement for RB750.
But what's the reason if there is 941 exists? Despite its 4 (instead of 5) ports and lack of PoE, it is capable router for such a great price! And I wait for "full" 941 model (PoE, SPF, 5 ports) - that would be the killer!

By the way, why not just to create one good device with 5 (or even 8) ports, with WiFi, with powerfull cpu and produce it?

I understand there are situations when you do not need WiFi router but you can easily disable it. But at the other hand the price difference isn't too big and if company restricts itself to only several devices the price may actually be even lower.

Another point is that if we talk about only serveral models it may be easier to test ROS on them and be sure no h/w bugs are there.

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