Mikrotik hEX RB750Gr3 Router Mini-Review Basic Routing Under 3W

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  1. Rohit Kumar

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    You must have configured it wrong.
    according to mikrotik, this should handle ipsec at ~470Mbit.

    Also, I run this on a 500/500 ftth connection at home without issues.
    No trouble maxing the connection.
    Should max out a 1000/1000 connection as well...

    The feature set is also pretty spectacular, even without considerng the $50 price tag..

    I have no problems recommending this for a primary firewall/router...

    -Jannis
     
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    Lord I hate RouterOS. But ignoring this, assuming most people have some kind of virtual setup, what are the advantages over spinning up a PFsense VM or whatever one's favourite is?
     
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    Rohit may disagree but I see these as a low-end router. Many places that do not have virtualization hardware on site.
     
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    Does this device (or RouterOS in general) supports single WAN port with multiple dhcp public IPs on different subnets? My search has shown many use cases include single WAN port with multiple static IPs on in the same range (i.e. 1.1.1.5, 1.1.1.6, 1.1.1.7, 1.1.1.8).

    I get two dhcp IP's from my ISP. For the longest time I have used a mini switch to connect cable modem and two consumer routers to utilize two IP addresses (one for LAN/Home, the other for DMZ/ITLab). Trying to do without the mini switch, I have gotten a ubiquity ER Lite 3 port where eth0=LAN, eth1=DMZ, eth2=WAN.
    eth2 has two pseudo-ethernet interfaces (peth20 and peth21).
    For Internet access, I want LAN and DMZ each have their own public IP.
    eth0-->peth20
    eth1.251-->peth21
    When ether one is enabled while the other is disabled, the enabled can access the Internet.
    When both are enabled, LAN has sluggish connection while DMZ barely can access any website.

    I posted on ubnt community forum.
    EdgeRouter Lite 1 ISP with 2 dhcp IP addresses (not load balancing) - Ubiquiti Networks Community
     
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