!) added support for IPv6 NAT (CLI only); !) added support for L2TPv3 (CLI only); *) added “expired” user status with suggestion to change password (WinBox v3.29 required); *) added bridge HW offload support for vlan-filtering on RTL8367 switch chip (RB4011, RB1100AHx4); *) added password strength requirement settings; *) added skin support for WinBox (WinBox v3.29 required); *) fixed support for RIP (Routing Information Protocol); *) improved general stability and performance; *) other minor fixes and improvements;
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It supports RouterOS version 6.43 and newer. Advice from Mikrotik: Please remember that Bandwidth Test uses a lot of resources. If you want to test real throughput of a router, you should run Bandwidth Test through the tested router not from or to it. To do this you need at least 3 devices connected in chain: the Bandwidth Test server, the router being tested and the Bandwidth Test client.
*) api – added support for REST API; *) crs3xx – fixed Layer3 hardware offloading; *) route – routing rules improvements; *) winbox – added support for wifiwave2; *) winbox – updated User Manager, OSPF and BGP menus; *) wifiwave2 – authentication and functionality improvements; *) other fixes and improvements;
I have been working on this list for a while. The following are vendors, manufacturers, and various companies I have dealt with in my career as an ISP owner and consultant. This is not a complete list by any means. These are companies I have dealt with personally and/or are sponsors of this site. Companies with the are ones that support this blog and I personally recommend. I don’t recommend them just because they support this blog, but because they provide a good product or service. If you would like to be included on this list please contact me as I am working on more detailed lists per category. This is a starting point for those looking to narrow down some focus of their research.
Distributors ISP Supplies Texas-based distributor carrying a big number of product lines such as Cambium, Mikrotik, Airspan, and many others
Baltic Networks Chicagoland based distributor carrying product lines such as Mikrotik, Cambium, and others.
CTIconnect Distributor of fixed wireless and telecommunications infrastructure for Internet Service Providers (ISP’s), Cable Operators, Telephone Companies