[Mikrotik] bootp through bridged interfaces?
tyfeatherling at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 08:14:26 CDT 2012
What functionality to you lose doing this. I know once you go into "switch
mode" you lose the ability to configure each interface individually, they
all just follow the master. I take it that means any firewall or other
management you want to do cannot be on a port by port basis. Is that
correct? Any other pitfalls?
On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 8:47 PM, Scott Reed <sreed at nwwnet.net> wrote:
> I don't remember what version of ROS supports it, but there is a switch
> Delete the bridge.
> Go to Interfaces->Ethernet
> On ports 3,4,5 set the Master Port to 2.
> You should now have a real switch.
> On 4/22/2012 9:04 PM, Bill Prince wrote:
>> We have a small POP with about a half-dozen subs on it. I used an RB450
>> as a cheap managed switch between the uplink and the AP. There is a DHCP
>> server on the other end of the uplink, but it appears that bootp is not
>> passing through the RB450.
>> The RB450 is running ROS 3.21. Is this a known bug/limitation of a
>> bridged interface? Should I be putting this guy in switch mode?
>> What is the minimum rev of ROS to get the built-in switch to act as a
>> real switch (instead of a bridge)?
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