For example, I will configure MikroTik CRS212-1G-10S-1S + IN as a switch.
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And so, connect to it with a console cable at a speed of 115200.
Initially login admin without password.
For example, I will set up MikroTIk CRS106-1C-5S. This device is a great budget switch that can also work as a router. In my case, it was perfect for an educational institution, there is a combo port on the back wall, which I configured as a WAN and the Internet was connected to it (from GPON ONU with a twisted pair cable), and managed switches were connected to the front 5 SFP ports.
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For example, I will configure OSPF on Juniper MX204.
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I was setting up a Juniper QFX5100 once and noticed persistent messages:
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For example, I will configure the LAG on the Juniper QFX5100, by which I will connect the Juniper MX204.
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One day they sent me an Intel XL710-QDA2 network adapter, from the manufacturer Silicom, on which the firmware could not be updated.
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Once I set it up on a new BIRD server and noticed entries in the logs:
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If you look at the password in the Wireless – Security Profiles menu in RouterOS, then it is hidden behind the symbols and can only be changed, so I will show an example of how you can see it.
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Once I manually bind the interrupts of the Intel network adapter to the processor cores and ran into an error:
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