Please be CRS with ARM IPQ and 802.3af PoE outOther unannounced models also incoming.
Please, whatever it is. With more than 4 PoE out portsPlease be CRS with ARM IPQ and 802.3af PoE outOther unannounced models also incoming.
There's RB260GSP if 3 ports is all you really need.I need at least 3 PoE out.
No, my next router should support ac, 1Gbps WAN and SFP at the bare minimum, 10x gigabit in one switch, and 128MB flash too. 4x 10GbE would be better.There's RB260GSP if 3 ports is all you really need.I need at least 3 PoE out.
What's that I saw here, not sure, can you check?And Whats about new Omnitik with AC and 4 Gigabit POE?
Mikrotik sells Gigabit SXT since 4 years, but the devices around Are still missing
Why? End of June is still Q2Hi normis,
Q2? Is half gone
Q3 i think.....
or not this Summer in Q4
THIS!.... POE > 4 ports with ROS instead of SOSPlease, whatever it is. With more than 4 PoE out portsPlease be CRS with ARM IPQ and 802.3af PoE outOther unannounced models also incoming.
Will see in 11 days.11 days left for release....
@normis will we see Omnitik AC in June?
Normis could you write when we should expect routerboard with gigabit PoE? This year?Before a product goes on sale, there are multiple steps, each step involves lots of testing and improvement. If we did promise an approximate release date, but it is passed, it means we had some kind of delay at one of these steps. If something needs to be improved, it usually introduces delays. Very hard to predict how many changes we will have to make before starting shipments. We try to be realistic in the predictions, but sometimes they are not precise.
we also have lots of inquirys about 24port poe switch...
+1 but don't you mean at the end of 2016?Yeah, kind of hoping they'll counter Ubiquiti hardware again (they did so brilliantly with the wAP AC). Their new Edgeswitch 16 XG is a great combination of ports!
Still hoping/waiting for STP and maybe LACP support for the current CRS line, that would be very nice.
Other then that, I'm hoping for something with for a 4x to 6x SFP+ AND 4x to 6x RJ45 10Gbit switch for an affordable price. That would be killer! I wouldn't even care if it was wire-speed or not. For anyone considering 10Gbit at home or a small business this would be awesome! You'd be able to use cheaper DAC cable and fiber using the SFP+ ports and hook up some hosts with RJ45 too (it's starting to become more common).
Investing in a 10Gbps connected setup right now is "okay" looking at network cards and such (even RJ45), their price has come down a lot. A direct connection between hosts is "cheap" but as soon as you need a switch, you get instantly killed by a very high price! The same with my 10Gbps backbone setup, it's great for that (and consumer internet won't become faster then 1Gbps for the foreseeable future) but I would like to hook up a few 10Gbps hosts too.
Hoping maybe at the end of 2017! We can hope right.
Likely yes, mmips or mips will do the jоb, what about 6 or 8 or 10 Poe Out models, answеr is always ''Other unannounced models also incoming. pls. stand by'' and we wait and waitIt was likely held up waiting for the new "mmips" architecture. Not a bad thing I guess
+1I am hopeful that Mikrotik is going to replace some new hardware soon.
1) CRS with e.g 24 SFP slots and at least 2 SFP+ slots
Thanks for tip, I didn't know those manufacturers.I am busy investigating Quanta and Edge-core as aggregation 10Gbps SFP switches.
Wow, the cold shower..Finally something
I know also OmniTIk AC PoE out gbit is comping soon on market
but what about other GBit with 6 or 8 or 10 PoE out ports??
Ordered 50 of the units as I needed a small router with an SFP port and didn't want to spend extra on a Hap ac when wireless is not needed. They are all going into enclosures with netgear GS110t POE switches - I presume I can then power the router via the POE in. Not 100% sure on the PoE out - a few sites suggest its normal passive PoE out etc.hEX PoE https://routerboard.com/RB960PGS
Supported input voltage 12 V - 57 V
PoE out 802.3at
PoE in 802.3at
Is this true? Active POE on the output for cameras and phones.
This is from https://www.roc-noc.com/mikrotik/router ... 60PGS.htmlIt is "passive" POE and outputs the power supply voltage via the unused pairs on on Ethernet ports 2-5. This will power Mikrotik, Ubiquiti, and other POE devices that use passive POE.