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  1. Introduction. Lets make a simple routing setup illustrated in image below Ether1 of Router1 is connected to ISP and will be the gateway of our networks.

  2. › wiki › SwOSSwOS - MikroTik Wiki

    SwOS is an operating system designed specifically for administration of MikroTik switch products. SwOS is configurable from your web browser. It gives you all the basic functionality for a managed switch, plus more: allows to manage port-to-port forwarding, broadcast storm control, apply MAC filter, configure VLANs, mirror traffic, apply bandwidth limitation and even adjust some MAC and IP ...

  3. Topics. Each log entry have topic which describes the origin of log message. There can be more than one topic assigned to log message. For example, OSPF debug logs have four different topics: route, ospf, debug and raw.

  4. List of reference sub-pages. Routing protocol case studies. List of examples

  5. MikroTik RouterOS is designed to be easy to operate in various aspects of network configuration. Therefore creating limitation for individual IP or NATting internal clients to a public address or Hotspot configuration can be done without the knowledge about how the packets are processed in the router - you just go to corresponding menu and create necessary configuration.

  6. Packet Sniffer Protocols. Sub-menu: /tool sniffer protocol In this submenu you can see all sniffed protocols and their share of the whole sniffed amount. [admin@SXT test] /tool sniffer protocol> print # PROTOCOL IP-PROTOCOL PORT PACKETS BYTES SHARE 0 802.2 1 60 0.05% 1 ip 215 100377 99.04% 2 arp 2 120 0.11% 3 ipv6 6 788 0.77% 4 ip tcp 210 99981 98.65% 5 ip udp 3 228 0.22% 6 ip ospf 2 168 0.16% ...

  7. Queue implementation in MikroTik RouterOS is based on Hierarchical Token Bucket (HTB). HTB allows to create hierarchical queue structure and determine relations between queues. In RouterOS, these hierarchical structures can be attached at two different places, packet flow diagram illustrate both Input and Postrouting chains.