Thanks for jumping in and sharing some more detailed and precise technical specs and informations2GB RAM soldered
That's it?CPU: 10CE
Nobody is asking you if you will buy a router with 4 LAN Ports and a Switch with 10 Ports like the@ofca:
What would you do with that many ports on a router!?
Perhaps you are right but in any way I think it is not the best option or way for them.I could be wrong, but given the 9-core CPU, I'm guessing that MikroTik is planning to position this price-wise to replace the one remaining RB1000-series PPC router that they still sell: the RB1100AHx2.
It may not be "supported", but it is possible; with Tile it isn't even possible since no MetaROUTER code has ever been written for it.Metarouter is not supported on RB1100AHx2, too.
Board is similar in size to the CRS (see picture in another topic), but bigger than RB2011. The estimated release date is still within Q4 as promised.does anyone know how large will the main board for CCR1009 will be?
is it larger then ccr2011?
Thank You Normis.CCR1009 should not be confused with a small RB450G replacement.
Yes, we are working on something like that. No more info.Thank You Normis.CCR1009 should not be confused with a small RB450G replacement.
So - are You planning to introduce any RG 450G with all strong points of that board?: Small case, five Ethernet ports, DC-jakc and PoE, voltage monitor. We need ALL of them, but faster CPU.
I think if that is no answer - there is nothing to confirm.Still it is true that promise?The estimated release date is still within Q4 as promised.
So, as I written...I think if that is no answer - there is nothing to confirm.
Next answer from MikroTik will be that "it will be available at first quarter of 2014" or ..... no answer.
Today is last day of Q4 2013.Board is similar in size to the CRS (see picture in another topic), but bigger than RB2011. The estimated release date is still within Q4 as promised.
WE ALL want BAY CCR1009 but tired wait????Dear MikroTik Team. Is there any chance to buy it (CCR1009) at first quarter of this Year (2014)?
Did he (normis) told anything over the launching year?Again: April (according to normis' linked post)
Some SFP+ slots can accept SFP modules. And some SFP modules will work in an SFP+ slot and some will not. It's kind of a vague issue and it highly depends on the combination of the specific SFP+ slot and SFP module combination if it will work or not. Best is to try, electrically it should not pose a problem.Can the CCR 1009 10Gbit SFP+ port accept a standard SFP module?
Do CCR 1009 has NAT acceleration?
From all the available information available, it is going to have a dual PSU. Also see http://download2.mikrotik.com/news55.pdf page 4 to see the "Dual PSU" listed.normis
It will have dual PSU or not?
+1 for Dual PSU.
Cool! What about redundancy? Can you connect both IEC and PoE and have them failover?2x IEC C14 power jacks AC 110/220V, PoE
in 12-58V, 802.3af/at compliant
It's in the brochure:Cool! What about redundancy? Can you connect both IEC and PoE and have them failover?2x IEC C14 power jacks AC 110/220V, PoE
in 12-58V, 802.3af/at compliant
I saw some prices online: 350-400 euro.
Sorry didn't understand what you meant. You want 3 power sources? Yes, it's possible, but you need to use less than 24V for PoE. 22V or something like that. PoE and PSU can't have equal voltage, and PSU gives 24VIt says nothing about PoE as backup.It's in the brochure:
That's great! I'd like to use 48v PoE and 1 or 2 IEC connections. Will PoE then be the primary source for power and IEC the backup?Sorry didn't understand what you meant. You want 3 power sources? Yes, it's possible, but you need to use less than 24V for PoE. 22V or something like that. PoE and PSU can't have equal voltage, and PSU gives 24V
ispsupplies.com says:Thank you for your inquiry! The CCR1009 is expected to arrive around the 2nd half of May, and I would be happy to place a pre-order for you once we have activated the product for ordering. Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can be of further assistance.
We are ordering them on our next shipment so we should have them in roughly 2-4 weeks. The list price for the devices are $425.00 for the CCR1009-8G-1S and $495.00 for the CCR1009-8G-1S-1S+.
keep us posted!I know these posts aren't always seen as positive....but..... I have ordered a CCR1009-8G-1S-1S+ and fedEX reports they should drop it of coming Monday!
When it gets here I will open a topic so people can ask questions, get photo's, etc.
it will run same Tile packages that are available on our download page. However, to actually have 6.12 you will need to upgrade it.Does anybody know if the CCR 1009 will use same version of ROS (Tile v6.12) that is currently on the RouterOS website and is running on other CCR routers? Or, will they are releasing a new version that supports the CCR 1009 hardware? Thanks!