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chris021

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#20616 31-Mar-2008 23:32
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Hi Guys,

has anyone had much experience with MikroTik gear?

How does it compare for reliability/functionality with Cisco gear?

Also where is the best place to buy it from?

Any advice, storys or warnings would be welcome....



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muppet
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  #122228 9-Apr-2008 00:17
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I know some people that use them as a replacement for Cisco's and they can't stop saying how great they are, especially given the value for money.

Where they buy from I couldn't tell you, though if you're really interested reply back and I'll see what I can dig up for you.

What sort of features are you looking to utilise?

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  #122255 9-Apr-2008 09:11
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Yup,

i am interested... the gear does look very good.....


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  #125638 22-Apr-2008 19:03
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http://www.networkcompany.co.nz/equipment/prices.html <-- These guys have the 'router boards' in New Zealand.

However you can run the Mikrotik OS on most i386 platforms.

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  #126913 28-Apr-2008 22:16
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We've had good experiences ordering Routerboards from http://www.wifiproducts.com.au
If you're looking for a NZ supplier try http://www.gowifi.co.nz
Otherwise if you just want the software to run on any old PC, its easiest to buy direct from http://www.mikrotik.com

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