From MikroTik Wiki. Jump to navigation Jump to search. To stop SSH/FTP attacks on your router, follow this advice.
[admin@MikroTik] /interface ethernet switch> print Flags: I - invalid # NAME TYPE MIRROR-SOURCE MIRROR-TARGET 0 switch1 Atheros-8316 ether2 none Depending on switch type there might be available or not available some configuration capabilities. Atheros8316 packet flow diagram. Features Port Switching
MikroTik RouterOS has very powerful firewall implementation with features including: stateful packet inspection Layer-7 protocol detection peer-to-peer protocols filtering traffic classification by: source MAC address IP addresses (network or list) and address types (broadcast, local, multicast, unicast) port or port range IP protocols
By default print is equivalent to print static and shows only static rules. [admin@dzeltenais_burkaans] /ip firewall mangle> print stats Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid, D - dynamic # CHAIN ACTION BYTES PACKETS 0 prerouting mark-routing 17478158 127631 1 prerouting mark-routing 782505 4506
The automatic upgrade feature connects to the MikroTik download servers, and checks if there is a new RouterOS version for your device. If yes, a changelog is displayed, and Upgrade button is shown. Clicking the upgrade button, software packages are automatically downloaded, and device will be rebooted.
Overview. After you have installed the RouterOS software, or turned on the Router for the first time, there are various ways how to connect to it:
The Speed Test is an easy test tool for measuring ping, jitter, TCP and UDP throughput from one MikroTik device, to another. "speed-test" command is based on Ping Tool and Bandwidth Test. In order to use this command - Bandwidth test server needs to be accessible. General interface properties. Sub-menu: /tool speed-test