MikroTik WAP60G Wireless Wire – The Best You’ll Never Use!

OK so maybe I was a little harsh in the title, but to be honest. It’s quite true for the UK right now. MikroTiks wireless wire truly is a groundbreaking product, Gigabit full duplex link over wireless at a total retail cost of less than £200 but if something sounds to good to be true, … Read moreMikroTik WAP60G Wireless Wire – The Best You’ll Never Use!

Testing the UBIQUITI Unifi USG3

As I’ve been shifting the home network around a lot lately I’ve taken the chance to have a test of the Unifi USG3 router. Whilst I have used it very briefly previously, I have never given it a good chance to stretch its legs and implement a lot of the features always having shelved it … Read moreTesting the UBIQUITI Unifi USG3

Home Router Downgrade?

After having some what of a very quick and easy build process for the ESXi server I was hoping to put a new CHR installation on I’ve struggled massively with noise levels with the kit. Even though I knew to expect “some” noise, I just can’t get the Dell quiet enough to live in my … Read moreHome Router Downgrade?

Home Router Update

Quick update on the state of play with the router. After the Dell server was phenomenally loud when running I had decided not to make the move over however some deep googling and checking through the Dell forums turned up that there were BIOS releases that addressed this problem. With the combination of the new … Read moreHome Router Update

Exciting news for CHR in RouterOS 6.42RC

CHR has been the best way to deploy a virtual version of MikroTik’s RouterOS for a long time now. The dedicated virtual version includes some additional drivers and whatnot to make sure that it plays nicely with the popular virtualisation programs out there, Xen and VMWare being the 2 big ones everybody tends to go … Read moreExciting news for CHR in RouterOS 6.42RC

MikroTik Router OS 6.41

MikroTik have released their version 6.41 of the current build. Whilst there are some new features the most obvious one now is the removal of the master-slave relationship ability to allow hardware switching. MikroTik have done this in a bid to simplify the configuration meaning that now you can use the bridge functionality. Previously bridging … Read moreMikroTik Router OS 6.41