To prohibit Internet access to certain IP addresses on the internal network, you need to click “IP” – “Firewall” in the router settings, add new rules in the “Filter Rules” tab by clicking “Add New” or “+”.Continue reading “Deny internet access on Mikrotik”
On the test I will use two Mikrotik RB951Ui-2HnD routers.Continue reading “Setup Mikrotik as a Wi-Fi repeater”
First, I will describe the first simple option for setting up a PPTP (VPN) server on Mikrotik via the web interface or Winbox. In this embodiment, only one client can connect to the server.Continue reading “Configuring PPTP (VPN) server on Mikrotik”
Suppose there are two Internet channels, from different or one provider, the gateway can be the same, it does not matter. They are connected to the first and second ports.Continue reading “Automatic switching between backup channels on MikroTik (RouterOS)”
It was once necessary to divide the MikroTik RB2011iLS-IN into two separate routers in order to connect two users, while the uplink was one with two different IPs.
I solved this problem by throwing two VLANs to MikroTik, in each I assigned IP and configured two masquerades, and divided the ports with two bridges.
I will describe the steps that need to be performed to configure HotSpot in Mikrotik.Continue reading “Configuring HotSpot on MikroTik (RouterOS)”
I will give an example of a command to send a wol packet:Continue reading “Using Wake On Lan on MikroTik”
They asked to find out somehow the reason for the frequent reboot of the MikroTik router.
When logging in the device, an error was constantly displayed in the logs:
I will give an example of setting up DHCP Snooping on MikroTik (RouterOS) to block third-party DHCP servers:Continue reading “Configuring DHCP Snooping on MikroTik”
To forward a port on the Mikrotik router, you need to open the “IP” – “Firewall” menu, select the “NAT” tab and add a new rule by clicking “Add new” or “+”.Continue reading “Port forwarding on Mikrotik routers”