In this "Dude" tab.Nope, can connect with winbox but can't see the Dude tab on the left side panel.
Where do I need to set up the server settings on the router side?
Could be. If it's a test environment - you can try to netinstall the device and try from scratch.Could the original installation of the wrong architecture screw things up, even after uninstallation?
It's not a test env unfortunately. Already got a lot of things up and running, devices are slowly being connected into the network so I can't just reset the whole device to blank slate.Could be. If it's a test environment - you can try to netinstall the device and try from scratch.Could the original installation of the wrong architecture screw things up, even after uninstallation?
But arm64 being a new architecture in mikrotik line, I'd rather think that it just doesn't work properly yet.
Unfortunately - no.Such a shame, I would really love to test out the features The Dude has to offer... No other ideas cross your mind?
It's not a live env as in users are actively connected to it and getting internet access through it. The network is currently under development so this was just a part of the process. Still don't really feel like resetting it all the way to blank slate.Unfortunately - no.Such a shame, I would really love to test out the features The Dude has to offer... No other ideas cross your mind?
If the Dude tab does not appear, that means something is definitely wrong.
You can try it on some other device, dedicated for the dude server only: for example on hEX, or on CHR running on some virtualisation platform.
Anyway it's not a good idea to test something on a machine working in live environment.
The official way to contact support is via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIs there an official place where I could submit a ticket directly to Mikrotik for this? At least so they're aware of the issue, since this is a new, pretty powerful device.
/dude set data-directory=disk1/dude-data enabled=yes
enabled: yes data-directory: disk1/dude-data status: running
This did it. I hadn't had time for this project for a while, but I went and tried it, and it worked. It looks like for some reason it has to be "activated" in winbox before its usable in webfig.Accessed the router from a Windows machine with WinBox64 client and The Dude menu appeared.
Back to browser WebFig and The Dude menu appeared there as well.