yes it works, thank you. but if you want to move rule by this command you have to do a command "print all without-paging" before. if you paste these commands into run-scripts (or scheduler - doesn't matter) it won't work
in new terminal no problem or telnet.
ip firewall filter print all without-paging
ip firewall filter move [/ip firewall filter find comment=0000] 0
ip firewall filter move [/ip firewall filter find comment=0001] 1
ip firewall nat print all without-paging
ip firewall nat move [/ip firewall nat find comment=0000] 0
ip firewall nat move [/ip firewall nat find comment=0001] 1
I need these commands running every reboot because my firewall rules are on the bottom after reboot which is bad...
heh, nothing easier than that:
assign both rules a comment, say "rule1" and "rule2".
Then move arrange them with the following command:
/ip fire filter move rule1 rule2
There is also "find" command:
/ip fire filter move [/ip fire filter find dst-addres=10.0.0.0/8] rule1