[Mikrotik] RB493AH question

Scott Reed sreed at nwwnet.net
Thu Apr 12 17:46:38 CDT 2012


Any port can be the master, at least in some versions. You should be 
able to make 6 the master and 7-9 slaves.  If I remember correctly, 
those 4 are on a switch chip.

On 4/12/2012 5:24 PM, Josh Luthman wrote:
> If you can then eth2 has to be master.  Not sure if it has a hardware
> switch on it, buy memory says they do.
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> On Apr 12, 2012 5:17 PM, "Glenn Finch"<glenn at glmobile.com>  wrote:
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>> I have a project that requires both a switch for passthrough and a router
>> to handle local subscribers. I have a RB493AH that is available.
>>
>> My question is can I configure ports eth6 through eth9 as a switch that is
>> independent of a routing setup configured on ports eth2 through eth5?
>>
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