Ask Butch, we have a kick-ass Bandwidth manager machine, it's no good when it disables it's ports or bridge randomly. NO traffic over the Internet should have the ability to shut down the OS, Mikrotik does, Ubiquiti doesn't, simple as that.

On 10/14/2010 3:44 PM, Ryan Ghering wrote:
You want to base your network traffic on a windows based machine??
I wouldn't put the life of my network dependent on a windows box for ANY REASON... EVER..

Thats just suicide..

Why not just build a more stable x86 mikrotik router??
Our main mikrotik bridge for bandwidth management is a quad zeon 16 gig ram and (4) 4 port mikrotik gigabit eth cards. I've yet to have to reboot it in the year and 3 months its been online, its got all the horsepower it needs. (BTW the server is a rackable systems box if ya care) And its doing queuing for our entire /20 of which I've got about 3500 address's used.

Ryan

On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 4:15 PM, Forbes Mercy <forbes.me...@wabroadband.com <mailto:forbes.me...@wabroadband.com>> wrote:

     In my mission to rid our network of Mikrotik I need to shop for a new
    bandwidth manager since mine likes to randomly drop one of the
    ports or
    bridge, and reset the route gateway (twice already this week).  I'm
    looking for a more friendly windows type based unit, any suggestions.

    Thanks,
    Forbes


    
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