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  1. A MikroTik router with DNS feature enabled can be set as a DNS server for any DNS-compliant client. Moreover, MikroTik router can be specified as a primary DNS server under its dhcp-server settings. When the remote requests are enabled, the MikroTik router responds to TCP and UDP DNS requests on port 53. DNS Cache Setup. Sub-menu: /ip dns

  2. The MikroTik RouterOS DHCP client may be enabled on any Ethernet-like interface at a time. The client will accept an address, netmask, default gateway, and two dns server addresses. The received IP address will be added to the interface with the respective netmask.

  3. Summary. Netwatch monitors state of hosts on the network. It does so by sending ICMP pings to the list of specified IP addresses. For each entry in netwatch table you can specify IP address, ping interval and console scripts.

  4. Introduction. PCC matcher will allow you to divide traffic into equal streams with ability to keep packets with specific set of options in one particular stream (you can specify this set of options from src-address, src-port, dst-address, dst-port)

  5. Summary. Sub-menu: /tool fetch Standards: Fetch is one of the console tools in Mikrotik RouterOS. It is used to copy files to/from a network device via HTTP, FTP or SFTP (Support for SFTP added on v6.45), it can also be used to sent POST/GET requests and send any kind of data to a remote server.

  6. [admin@MikroTik] > /dude print enabled: yes data-directory: dude status: running by default all The Dude data is stored on system disk, if you wish to change it's location the use this command: /dude set data-directory=(new_db_path) For more info on how to work with attached storage please check this wiki article: Disks

  7. Summary. Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) proxy can be used to implement multicast routing. It is forwarding IGMP frames and commonly is used when there is no need for more advanced protocol like PIM.