Recently, we decided to run VLANs off of one of the Mikrotik routers to
provide better port density.  Basically routed vlans to a Cisco 2950 switch
(one VLAN per AP).  To our disappointment, we found that this scenario
yielded packet loss even pinging between a hardwired radio and the Mikrotik.
We assumed that this bust be a bad cable or defective switch so we setup
another in the lab with the same results.


Has anyone else used the Mikrotik with VLANs into a Cisco switch. To take it
a step further, if you have time, try pinging a device with a flood ping at
20 ms from the MTIK or the ping ip command from your Cisco switch with about
5,000 36 packets and I suspect you’ll see the same thing.


Any suggestions/ideas are appreciated as always :-)


- Don

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