My (Andrew Cox) presentation from the MikroTik User Meeting in Sydney is now available online via TikTube.com
You can watch it over there or view it embedded here.
Live here at Las Vegas, Normis has just finished announcing the new products; some new and exciting info about the RB2011 as well as more details on known models.
- Low cost series
- Rackmount or Desktop
- 5xGigabit, 5x100Mbit
- SFP/USB/WiFi models
- Available December
Greg has some more details on other offerings (SXT 6 Pack, RB751, RB1100AH, Groove 2.4) over on his post here.
For those of you who missed it, the most recent Mikrotik User Meeting (MUM) was on just a few days ago in the USA.
Greg has also just finished his Mikrotik Certified Trainer course so will be running http://mikrotikuniversity.com for those of you who would like to sharpen your mikrotik skills.
Other interesting things to come out of the conference include:
More IPv6 support (yay!)
Support for Cisco compatible GRE tunnels
Support for using a fully qualified domain name for IPSEC tunnels (removing the need for something like this: http://www.mikrotik-routeros.com/?p=29)
RB493G (Gigabit ports)
Something I’ll post on more fully when I’ve seen the finished product: Flashfig, an app for installing configs on multiple routers (useful for cpe’s) simultaneously.
There’s some documentation on it already available here for now: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Flashfig