News: MikroTik RouterOS 6.19 released

MikroTik have announced the availability of RouterOs 6.19

Here is the changelog:

    • wireless – improvements for nv2 and 802.11ac
    • sstp – make sstp work on i386 as well;
    • ippool – improve performance when acquiring address without preference;
    • partitions – copying partitions did not work on some boards;
    • bridge – added “Auto Isolate” stp enhancement (802.1q-2011, 13.25.6)
  • ipsec – when peer config is changed kill only relevant SAs;
  • vpls – do not abort BGP connection when receiving invalid 12 byte nexthop encoding;
  • dns-update – fix zone update;
  • dhcpv4 server – support multiple radius address lists;
  • console – added unary operator ‘any’ that evaluates to true if argument is not null or nothing value;
  • CCR – improved performance;
  • firewall – packet defragmenting will only happen with connection tracking enabled;
  • firewall – optimized option matching order with-in a rule;
  • firewall – rules that require CONNTRACK to work will now have Invalid flag when CONNTRACK is disabled;
  • firewall – rules that require use-ip-firewall to work will now have invalid flag when use-ip-firewall is disabled;
  • firewall – rules that have interface with “Slave” flag specified as in-/out-interface will now have Invalid flag;
  • firewall – rules that have interface without “Slave” flag specified as in-/out bridge-port will now have Invalid flag;
  • firewall – rules with Invalid flags will now be auto-commented to explain why;
  • l2tp – force l2tp to not use MPPE encryption if IPsec is used;
  • sstp – force sstp to not use MPPE encryption (it already has TLS one);
  • sstp – make it work for x86 systems
  • winbox – added dual PSU stats in health menu
  • ipv6 – Gre6 can now correctly fragment large packets
  • simple queue performance optimisation/improvement for multi-core RouterOS devices (especially CCR)

Our initial testing hasn’t shown up any problems so far.

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