RouterOS Version 5.7 Released

What’s new in 5.7 (2011-Sep-14 10:54):

*) ovpn client – fixed crash when user name or password together
were longer than 11 symbols;
*) sstp client – added an option to skip
server address verification from certificate;
*) fixed problem – router crashed sometimes when using USB modem;
*) userman – show overall totals, show user totals if user has more
than one entry;
*) lcd – retrieving ‘/system lcd page’ configuration did not work with
hundreds of interfaces;
*) webfig – added ability to reorder fields in skins;
*) webfig – added ability to add/remove new tabs & separators in skins;
*) webfig – added ability to add any field to special status page;
*) webfig – fixed problem when user sometimes got logged out with message
“internal server error”;
*) webfig – logout didn’t log user out from router;
*) webfig – added System/Password for changing user’s own password;
*) system reset-configuration – if keep-users is specified ssh user keys are
preserved as well;
*) ipsec – new exchange mode (main-l2tp) for l2tp tunnel users to allow
FQDN as a peer ID with preshared key authorization in main mode;
*) ssh – fix possible server crash when connection is interrupted;
*) improved ipv4 forwarding performance on all boards with simple configuration
by up to 30%;
*) add passthrough setting to change-dscp, change-ttl, change-mss,
strip-ipv4-options, change-hop-limit mangle targets;
*) ipsec – fixed problem of RB1200 rebooting when large amount of UDP traffic is
sent through IPsec;
*) sniffer – added more useful packet filtering options, also available as quick
mode command parameters;

Link to the download page:
https://www.mikrotik.com/download.html

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Steve Discher was born in Apple Valley, California and today makes his home in College Station, Texas with his wife and three children. He is a 1987 graduate of Texas A-M University and owns ISP Supplies, a wireless distribution company, and conducts MikroTik training classes. His hobbies include flying his Piper Cub and RV camping with his family.

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