Mikrotik RouterBoard and Ubiquiti Networks Routing and Switching Solutions

Rubens Kuhl rubensk at gmail.com
Tue Aug 12 16:53:41 UTC 2014

On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 1:44 PM, Denis Fondras <xxnog at ledeuns.net> wrote:

> Le 12/08/2014 17:15, Justin Wilson a écrit :
> >       Another thing to consider is how you feel about the configuration.
> > Mikrotik has a more polished GUI and command subset.  UBNT is still
> > working things out.  A lot of what you have to to do with the UBNT line
> > has to still be done in command line.  If you are cool with that then not
> > a big deal.  The RouterOS is a pretty mature product and has a good
> > backing of forums, wiki, and other things.  Not saying uBNT doesnšt, just
> > not as mature.
> >
> May we discuss IPv6 support ? Last time I checked, UBNT was lagging
> behind...

UBNT wireless operating system, AirOS, is lagging behind. UBNT router
operating system, EdgeOS, has extensive IPv6 support in the command line
interface. GUI has some IPv6 support (


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