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  Reply # 2019033 19-May-2018 16:22
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I've heard others mention latency lowering with these... makes me wonder if they are messing with the negetiation at all...

 

 





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  Reply # 2019034 19-May-2018 16:25
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hio77:

 

I've heard others mention latency lowering with these... makes me wonder if they are messing with the negetiation at all...

 

 

It's real and I am testing it at the command line.

 

circa 6ms to Inspire and 13ms to my server colocated in Auckland.

 

In context I am on a rural VDSL service in the Manawatu.





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  Reply # 2019054 19-May-2018 16:27
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Also worth looking at this from a logical angle.

 

 

 

It's a broadcom chipset inside, so i'd expect it to be close to a equivalent modem. 





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  Reply # 2019057 19-May-2018 16:31
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Also worth looking at this from a logical angle.

 

It's a broadcom chipset inside, so i'd expect it to be close to a equivalent modem. 

 

 

Is there something in the router architecture which could introduce that sort of latency? Noting I had CEF enabled on the Cisco, as per CNA recommendations.





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  Reply # 2019063 19-May-2018 16:41
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hio77:

 

Also worth looking at this from a logical angle.

 

It's a broadcom chipset inside, so i'd expect it to be close to a equivalent modem. 

 

 

Is there something in the router architecture which could introduce that sort of latency? Noting I had CEF enabled on the Cisco, as per CNA recommendations.

 

 

If your router was increasing your latency that much, that's a pretty sh!tty local experience.





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  Reply # 2019326 20-May-2018 12:42
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Is it possible to have a Vlan both trunked and accessible via access ports on the Mikrotik router?





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  Reply # 2019329 20-May-2018 13:12
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Yep. Bridge the interfaces.

 

EDIT: If using a CRS read https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:CRS1xx/2xx_series_switches_examples


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  Reply # 2019330 20-May-2018 13:14
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Yep, rather than explain it, just look at VLAN Example #1 on the Interface/Bridge manual page

 

 

 

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