I mean, make sure your computer has an IP in the 192.168.88.0/24 address range.Can you explain what you mean by "Make sure your computer has an IP address on that network"?
As I recall, the usage data is all in volatile storage. So it is lost on reboot - as you observed.On Saturday, I rebooted my RB5009 after months of continuous usage - and now all my graphing data is gone
I can't get it - why is this happening?
Only in your mind. Damn near no useful information was given.Hey @k6ccc, stop talking BS. All information was already given, you just lack to read it.
Apply some logic instead of brute-force idiocy.
I don't know how true that statement is. I have both fiber and cable based internet here in the Los Angeles metro area, and neither of my ISPs is making IPv6 available.In 2023, IPv6 is the norm, IPv4 the exception, telling a RB5009, release this year, can route 10Gb/s of traffic is a lie.
I did not catch the difference in the screen capture either...I have Cisco SG500,
(Mistakenly I wrote SA500)
No, SwitchOS does not support MSTP. I was just setting up an RSTP link last night in SwitchOS, so STP capability is fresh in my mind...There's MSTP which does know about VLANs and you should be using it. I don't have any SwOS drvice so I don't know if SwOS supports MSTP or not.
/ip dhcp-server add address-pool=".101 DHCP pool" authoritative=after-2sec-delay disabled=no \ interface=E02-pB4_101 lease-time=3h name=".101 DHCP server"
Fully Qualified Domain NameI have no idea what fqdn means or how to use it?
Sounds like something is there that you are not expecting. Post your config and the answer likely will reveal itself.I have the 179 rule in and see traffic on it. The 23 rule does not have any traffic, but if I disable that rule (23) my BGP goes down. It's very strange.
Use something other than VLAN 1. VLAN 99 seems to be a commonly used on, but there is nothing magic about that number.my plan is to ONLY use VLAN 1 for the management of the switches on the network.
You did say that you were this guy here demonstrating the Retro Encabulator? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgaKjVXK0KAwhich fiber transceivers sound the best.
It’s the ones with the oxygen-free copper traces…
very limited capabilities beyond L4 (i.e. handling UDP/TCP packets). And "redirecting a subdomain" is an L7
is this still true today ? about the only ports being used for nat are 32767 ?Port from 0 to 32767 and 65535 are reserved or not used.
did you do any windows update before this happened?
That's was what I thought, but wanted to be sure. And of course, no external USB slot on the RB4011...Yes?Am I correct in my understanding?
Use external syslog or external USB device, if possible.
I'm looking at: https://github.com/Jotne/MikroTikJust download the app from GIT and copy the folder mikrotik to %SplunkHome%/etc/apps and restart splunk.
You have been very helpful in many ways over the years - so thank you for trying here. One of these days I (or someone else) will figure this out and the result will get posted here...Sorry if I can't help
That's the way all of mine are. Makes it easy for me to remember.Pro tip, the xxx in 192.168.xxx.0/24 can match a VLAN ID, which makes thing cleaner IMO.
Right click on the dynamic lease and select Make Static just as it has been as long as I can remember.No "make static" on dynamic lease. Only when you open lease window you can make it static.