Latvian manufacturer of computer networking equipment, known for the Linux-based operating system known as MikroTik RouterOS.

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Manually set IPv6 neighbor's MAC address in Mikrotik's RouterOS

I have an interesting problem. An ISP of ours started providing native IPv6 on their network. They provided us with a /56 prefix and a /126 linking segment (::1 being their endpoint and ::2 being ...
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can't figure out why after setting IP to mikrotik routerOS still can't ping it

I have installed mikrotik's routerOS 5.2 on a VM with full options. after installing it I have configure the ethernet 1 like below ip address > add address=192.168.235.2/24 interface=ether1 but I've ...
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Help me make sense:VLAN, Hyper-V, Intel VMLB

I have serious problems getting VLANS working on a Hyper-V host with an Intel network card. The hardware: A router / switch (linux software bridge) which is a Mikrotik 1100 AH, Router OS 5.1 A ...
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Mikrotik Integration with ERP-LIKE systems?

I'm looking to integrate a mikrotik server in my ERP-LIKE application, but I have no idea to start such a thing. What do I need to know about mikritik to do such integration? In my system actually I ...
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Mikrotik 750G configuration backup

I have two Mikrotik RouterBoard 750G device. I would use the another as a cold backup replacement of the active one. But if I upload the configuration to the backup router I lose control above it, ...
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MikroTik ipv6 Tunnel

I've got a MikroTik router set up with the latest stable OS on it, and I just set up an ipv6 tunnel with Hurricane Electric, but I'm having an odd issue with it. I can't ping anything until I first ...
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Mikrotik, script

I have Mikrotik 3.3, I have a dyndns script, which not works, because of this line: /tool fetch mode=http address="checkip.dyndns.org" src-path="/" dst-path="/dyndns.checkip.html"[/b] bad-argument ...
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Accounting setup in freeradius with mikrotik and the “always” module

I have a freeradius setup that is being used to provide authentication for users on a wireless network. The access points are all Mikrotik hardware and the users are connected 24/7. We've been ...
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On RouterOS, how will transparent proxying (with DNAT) affect reporting of netflows?

I have a box running Mikrotik RouterOS, which is set up to do transparent web proxying, as described here. In short, this means that I have a firewall rule for destination NAT causing any port 80 ...
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On Mikrotik RouterOS, is it possible to get Netflow information from a bridged connection?

I have a RouterOS box set up to bridge two ethernet connections. I have use-ip-firewall=yes in the bridge configuration, so that the ports go through the firewall. I've enabled netflow reporting via ...
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How do I set up RouterOS to use web proxy on another machine?

The RouterOS docs show how to transparently proxy all web traffic via the HTTP proxy built into RouterOS: /ip firewall nat add in-interface=ether1 dst-port=80 protocol=tcp action=redirect ...
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What information do I need for initial setup of BGP?

Hey guys, I will be installing a MikroTik BGP capable router into a datacentre tomorrow, I have almost no idea how to do this but luckily there is an identical mikrotik router that has already been ...
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MikroTik on HP ProLiant DL360 G6 [closed]

Has anybody installed MikroTik RouterOS v4.4 on DL360 G6 server? Thanks.
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Integration of Active Directory, Squid and traffic shaper (like MikroTik)

We have a large network in our university with about 10000 users. We have an AD and wants to use a Squid server for caching and NTLM authentication. We have 40 Mbit/s Internet too, we are going to ...
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MikroTik vs. Cisco for WiFi bridge application

A local vendor is proposing a wireless bridge solution using MikroTik. I had never heard of MikroTik before but it seems they have a following. My usual first choice is Cisco, however the price ...