or maybe a limitation of the chip, did u try it with IP175C ? i know that the ether1 is connected directly to the RGMII (Reduced Gigabit Media Independent Interface) of the CPU (AR7130 in rb433) and (AR7161 in rb433xxx) and the ogher RGMII to the switch the speed is 100Mbps 'cause the phy is @ that speedYes, we tested with most of all ROS versions up to 4.6. Im afraid that it is a hardware bug, not really a software implementation error. I think about it cuz that announced IP175D fix on ROS 4.2 However, when you put the chip working as switch, traffic passing through it works perfectly... Only input/output traffic if affected. That instead, suggest a software bug.
ok, I got it, did u contact to mikrotik? sending email to support to confirm that?As I said, IP175C is working great. Ive found this occasionally implementing MPLS VPLS... guess I will need at least 1526 L2MTU.
Icant find anything about MTU of the IP175D, thats weird in the page www.icplus.com.tw doesnt say anything, I know that the atheros's switch chip doesnt have that problem, the AR8316, AR8216, but the gigabit chip doenst support jumbo packet as the motorola (freescales chips)Not yet, Ive posted to see if anyone notice this behavior. But seems that people don't know or don't care about it maybe. To me it become a major problem since I couldn't get my VPLS to work good yet.. Im testing all this on lab atm to qualify such a hardware for that.
if you can change it to IP175C/E u can confirm for sure that is a a bug,No one can confirm it? Ive sent supouts... Ive said... Guess nobody even notice this bug! *sigh*
thanksnice solder job!
We just found problems with IP175D, not C. Thats a surprise u have problems with C chip for 493.edit: No lucky for me... RB493AH have IP178C
Lets hope they think the same./system hardware set this-crazy-feature-enabled=no