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Mikrotik Configuration Guide
Configuration guide for some typical and advanced Mikrotik router applications, such as; load balancing, remote access, custom and advanced routing setup, etc.
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DUXCELL and Telstra NextG by Mike Everest Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
Thanks to Andrew Armstrong, who reported on how to enable 850MHz channels on the Sierra MC8795 for use with Telstra NextG
Date Added: Friday 23 July, 2010
Ebix Sunrise VPN by Mike Everest Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
Although the official documentation heavily recommends Cisco equipment, Mikrotik RouterOS is well suited to deliver a "hardware VPN" for this purpose - at a fraction of the Cisco cost!
Date Added: Monday 04 January, 2010
Traffic Queue Example by Mike Everest Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
I have received lots of questions about traffic management and Queue Tree. This article provides an example scenario to help explain the Queue Tree mechanism.
Date Added: Saturday 19 September, 2009
Prioritising VoIP Traffic by Mike Everest Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
This article demonstrates how to use the advanced Mikrotik RouterOS traffic queuing features to give priority quality of service (QoS) to your voice services.
Date Added: Wednesday 14 January, 2009
DuxLink P2P System by Mike Everest Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
The DuxLink 2.4GHz point to point system is based on a pair of Mikrotik RB/CRD Crossroads routers. If you have your own pair of RB/CRD, or if you have accidentally damaged your DuxLink configuation, then this article is for y...
Date Added: Monday 15 December, 2008
Access "hidden" mikrotik device by Winbox by Mike Everest Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
Got a Mikrotik device hidden inside a private network (e.g. behind a hotspot gateway) and want to be able to access it using Winbox? This guide sets out the method to do so.
Date Added: Friday 28 November, 2008
Use Netinstall to un-brick MikroTik Routers by Joe Moder Topic: Mikrotik Configuration
From time to time, due to accidental misconfiguration or nvram corruption, a MikroTik router can fail to boot properly. This article describes the recommended recovery process.
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