I was new to Mikrotik routers a few months ago.
Got one that was outdated and without firewall rules.
Had to update packages and firmware (quite hidden).
Then reset to default and finally got a good set of firewall rules.
I can only recommend MT to advanced users (time to learn).
Innovative Energy-Saving Design
- The S1700 supports Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE), which enables the switch to enter a power-saving mode when traffic is light.
- The S1700 can adjust the power output for transmissions based on the cable length. It can also set any ports that are not...
Did you ever find out what was going on here?
I have a LSI hardware raid6 with 17 1TB SATA disks in a Netapp DS4243.
Only the two Samsung HD103SI cause the "Power on, reset, or bus device reset occurred".
In my case the raid doesn't break though :)
From my 3min research...
6Gb/s SAS ports PCI Express 2.0 x8
LSISAS2108 6Gb/s RAID-on-Chip
512MB 800MHz DDRII cache memory
Optional Battery Backup Unit (BBU)
LSI 2108 flash to HBA might be possible, please read the forum for details
Hi, are you still having problems?
Do you boot from the disks connected to the sas controller?
Did the post screen messages go away after switching the card?
Do you want to make a raid or JBOD?
Did you update your mainboard bios?
Did you try a different PCIe slot?
Been using a SC846A for a while with:
- LSI 9201-16e
- 2x IBM expander
- 20 SATA disks (2-5TB NTFS+Snapraid)
Found an auction for 10x used HGST 8TB SAS3, about $120 each.
(Sektoren:4KB mit Emulation (512e)Drehzahl:7.2K)
I'm guessing they're from a SUN server.
Would these disks work in my...
I'm quite new to optical networking.
Can I use these cheap transceivers with the modern Mikrotik gear?
Garsent 10G SFP Fiber transceiver module for Brocade Fiber transceiver module 10GE SR SFP + 57-0000075-01 850nm
My SC846 has 20 SATA disks (Snapraid for parity).
First I used an old HP SAS expander but then switched to two IBM expanders (12 disks each).
So currently I'm only using half of the 9201-16e SAS ports.
I would have a NetApp DS4243 lying around, but its QSFP connecter annoyed me ;)