OVER 9000??!?!?!it would be something along these lines - CCR1100
the rest would be just how many interfaces it has. Here, the example with a lot of Gbit interfaces
no, "i" means injector (PoE out on one port), "P" means power (PoE out on more ports)Isn't there any letter to distinguish between passive PoE and 802.3af, at ?
If I get it right, i, P refer to Mikrotik proprietary "controller" mechanism...?
Product like this exist only in one ethernet row - RB3011.What to call this device?
RB3011 is:Product like this exist only in one ethernet row - RB3011.What to call this device?
2011L is without LCD and low costAmlostso you mean like a RB2011L ?
But I think smaller and low weight one. Without display, maybe plastic case, under each other the 2x 4/5 ethernet ports.
Yes, I understand you, but ... It's a wish/desire
can we assume the combination XG will mean multi-gigabit?
X = Roman 10can we assume the combination XG will mean multi-gigabit?
like in CRS312-4C+8XG
as i remember Janis' ending lines to the device itself, he was mentioning 2.5G/5G/10G there as the new way Mikrotik is following - maybe was just a freudian slip - this was the base of my speculation.so 10G interfaces
Read carefully. USB is only indicated on non Gigabit devices, because Gigabit devices automatically imply USB (if two models exist, where one is non-gigabit, one is gigabit).Why RB750G is not named RB750UG. The same about RB760iGS not being RB760UiGS? This naming scheme looks really inconsistent in practice :/ CRS and CCR naming schemes seem to be much more consistent. Also why those are not x2? They have 2 cores after all...
-<n>G+ number of 2.5G Ethernet portsWe have updated the manual with some more letters
home Ethernet eXchangehEX ?
mAP ? micro Access Point ?
Are you aware that the ac^2 can be installed "flat"? i.e. the base has two configurations, the tower one and a desktop one.There will be a non-TC (classic MikroTik style) version of hap ac2?