Point to Point Mikrotik

Sunday, December 13th, 2009
Routed or bridged, there are few back haul radios available that can match the Mikrotik RouterOS software for features, tools, flexibility and cost.  With features and flexibility comes complexity and confusion.  I wanted to help dispel some of that confusion with this article.  You may have lots of choices to make, but most of these choices are relatively simple decisions.  And so, brave reader, proceed... (more…)

How to configure a Mikrotik Router to replace CPE router

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008
This is my first post about the Mikrotik Product.  I will be putting up several examples in the coming weeks and months, so if you don't see what you are looking for, be sure to contact me directly.  Leaving a comment is fine, but not likely to be "answered" unless it is a clarification for the specific article. This article is intended to be a short guide to help you configure a Mikrotik router to behave in a way that is similar to a soho router with a wireless connection upstream.  This configuration is perfect for a WISP that is using devices like the RouterBoard 411 (priced at about $59), along with a CM9 or similar radio (about $40), associated power supply, outdoor enclosure/antenna, etc.  The total cost of a flexible device like this is about $150-160, including everything needed to install at a customer's house or business. (more…)