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MikroTik RouterOS

All you need to provide a reliable network connectivity

  • Quite similar to Backup but with slightly different yet fundamental differences, Import and Export are two other features of RouterOS that are highly useful for network managers and system integrators when it comes to mass configurations, integrations, RouterOS branding, and so on. Watch this video to learn how you can export and import router configurations, how they differ from backup, and what you need to know when using these features.

  • When working with internet connectivity hardware, especially in intricate networks with numerous detailed configurations, having a backup of your settings is crucial and a total lifesaver when conducting major troubleshooting activities. MikroTik's RouterOS makes it very easy to backup all RouterBOARD configurations in case you ever need to revert back to previous router settings. In this tutorial, we'll discuss how to create and use backup files in RouterOS.

  • IP Services are fundamental protocols and frameworks that are used to connect to RouterOS and manage your hardware. In this session of our MTCNA course, we review the list of these services in RouterOS v7, and see how each of them can be used to connect to a MikroTik router.

  • After setting your router identity, as mentioned in our previous tutorial, the next basic step you will need to take is to make sure you have defined unique users authorized to access your router, along with their necessary access levels and other pertinent settings. This episode talks about adding and removing users, as well as the settings related to them.

  • Router identity is one of the most basic and vital pieces of information required for any device on your network as it becomes absolutely necessary for device identification, network monitoring, maintenance and troubleshooting and so on. In this video, we'll learn where we can find router identity and how we can change it in RouterOS.

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