has it?The RB850Gx2 have identical dimension, serial port, reset, jack, ethernet placement and characteristics of 450G except of:
Dual Core 500MHz PPC CPU (Single core 680MHz MIPS-BE CPU on 450G)
512MB RAM (256MB on 450G)
The RB850Gx2 will be on sale at late april 2014 as announced in theBlock diagram please.
Ah thanks, so for security features the will be HW support. I was thinking about forwardingIt was mentioned in another thread here:HW acceleration? Where did you get this info?Price $129
http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php ... 07#p410563
but you can also check the specs for CPU in this link, under accelerators you will find security engine:
http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/sit ... code=P1023
I think after launching the test results want also be shownThoughts on Throughput?...Price $129
It is a replacement for the RB450G, what rack mount options we have hadRackmount options?
Ok in related to the circumstance and with a viewing eye to the metarouter supportWhat puzzles me is the RAM size.
I am considering, that would very sadly also in my eyes but perhapsWhat do we need 512MB of RAM for when we AFAIK can't use
Metarouters on it, because it is a dual core architecture?
its more like 1009 in your description, than 850gx2 as 450g successor.Still looking for a complete all in one tower router.
RB850Gx2 seems like a good platform to build on. It just needs an SFP port and PoE out on at least 4 ports.
Then just add a 24V UPS and we're off to the races.
heard some stores - already accept pre-orders, so probably its sooner, than we're expected.MikroTik team - please answer - WHEN we shoould expect that RB850Gx2 at the market???
Yeah, completelly agree. All other is almost ideal at this model, but not the Ethernet L2 MTU. It's embarrasing:RB850Gx2 ether1-ether5:1506X-x
This sh#t have Max L2 MTU 1506 only!
It is absurd to a new product with max L2 MTU 1506, its use will be very limited.
I already bought one, I'm sorry.
Apparently you missed the part where it used to be 1506. MikroTik recently fixed this with a software fix in RouterOS 6.21. Up until then, nobody was able to achieve 1580 with this model. That's what this thread was talking about as it was started before the fix was released.according to the mikrotik wiki the MTU (maximum packet size without MAC header) is 1580.
That is enough for about everything you need.
Downloadable package does not mean that applicable routerboards could be downgraded or upgraded to particular version. I have almost "killed" my RB133C3 with 6.x version.yes, I am sure. Look at the download page, there you will find Version 4 and 5 for PPC RB 800 Series.