Reach out to MikroTik support. Give them the supout export file. This needs to be solved by them, not me.Any suggestions for my case?
I'm not sure what I'm missing.
People want it because they like flooding their networks at home with BUM. No clue why.why would someone need to have that? worse, why even relay such network noise?
Why would you benchmark using such ancient devices in the first place? My CCR1036 can do 20G+ on IPv6 no problem. For home, buy a hAP ax2/ax3 or RB5009UG+S+INmoderator action
Wasted time, people instantly install anything new, they install it right away, they don't care if it's alpha, beta or omega, and often don't even read the release notes...
Are you new to computer science in general? Do you not know flash memory has limited write capacity?Why is that better and will that work on all MT routers?
Yes. No. I do not want to netinstall as that's what I just did 5 days ago with this new box using 7.7. It's a lot of efforts for bugs that should be fixed by MikroTik.Have you tried reset with "no default configuration" option? Or even netinstall?
Lol what? What do you think Cisco IOS, JunOS Evolved, and Nokia SR runs on? Windows? What matters is support for hardware offloading of whatever you need that for, in this case single/multiple bridge. Of which only one is supported.you should not use a router that runs Linux.
He's a moronic patient clearly lol. At this point, it's clearly a troll.m8, remove the "top secret" parts from the export if you want help.
Like calling your doctor and saying "it hurts" while not telling where.
Sure. You're arguing against DHCP. But since we agree both PPPoE/DHCP can't be stopped with the right skillset, why use PPPoE and lose MTU overhead/CPU overhead?then PPPoE does not solve the situation neither because with the right skillset. That doesn't stop anything.
Why? Perform MAC binding and use various DHCP options that you need or want and client ID.if your access network is open (ethernet switches ) you will need to stick with PPPoE for auth
NDP Proxy/NAT66 breaks IPv6 specs to begin with. Your ISP should deploy IPv6 according to BCOP 690.Any chance for NDP proxy?
*) route - fixed "suppress-hw-offload" update;