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Mikrotik MTCNA Kursu 1

Mikrotik şirketinin kuruluşu
Mikrotik bayileri ve yerleri
Mikrotik ürünlerinin tanıtımı
Mikrotik cihazların mimarilerine uygun Router Oslerinin indirilmesi
MUM toplantıları yerleri ve tarihleri
MUM etkinlikleri ve fotoğraf galerisi

Training outline
Duration : 3 days
Outcomes: By the end of this training session, the student will be
familiar with RouterOS software and RouterBOARD
products and be able to connect the client to the
Internet. He will also be able to configure, manage, do
basic troubleshooting of a MikroTik router and
provide basic services to clients

Target audience: Network engineers and technicians wanting to deploy
and support:
Corporate networks
Client CPEs (WISPs and ISPs)

Course prerequisites: The student must have a good understanding of
TCP/IP and subnetting.

About MikroTik

  • What is RouterOS
  • What is RouterBOARD

First time accessing the router

  • WinBox and MAC-WinBox
  • WebFig and Quick Set
  • Default configuration

RouterOS command line interface (CLI)

  • Null Modem cable
  • SSH and Telnet
  • New terminal in WinBox/WebFig

RouterOS CLI principles

  • Command history and its benefits
  • , double , “?”, navigation

Initial configuration (Internet access)

  • WAN DHCP-client
  • LAN IP address and default gateway
  • Basic Firewall – NAT masquerade

Upgrading RouterOS

  • Package types
  • Ways of upgrading
  • RouterBOOT firmware upgrade

Router identity
Manage RouterOS logins
Manage RouterOS services
Managing configuration backups

  • Saving and restoring the backup
  • Difference between a backup and an export (.rsc) file
  • Editing an export file

Resetting a RouterOS device
Reinstalling a RouterOS device (Netinstall)
RouterOS license levels
Sources of additional information

  • wiki.mikrotik.com
  • forum.mikrotik.com
  • mum.mikrotik.com
  • Distributor and consultant support
  • support@mikrotik.com

Module 1 laboratory

DHCP server and client

  • DHCP client
  • DHCP server setup
  • Leases management
  • DHCP server network configuration

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

  • ARP modes
  • RouterOS ARP table

Module 2 laboratory

Bridging overview

  • Bridge concepts and settings
  • Creating bridges
  • Adding ports to bridges

Bridge wireless networks

  • Station bridge

Module 3 laboratory

Routing overview

  • Routing concepts
  • Route flags

Static routing

  • Creating routes
  • Setting default route
  • Managing dynamic routes
  • Implementing static routing in a simple network

Module 4 laboratory

802.11a/b/g/n/ac Concepts

  • Frequencies (bands, channels) data-rates / chains (tx power,
    rx sensitivity, country regulations)

Setup a simple wireless link

  • Access Point configuration
  • Station configuration

Wireless Security and Encryption

  • Access List
  • Connect List
  • Default Authenticate
  • Default Forward
  • WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
  • WPS accept, WPS client

Monitoring Tools

  • Snooper
  • Registration table

Module 5 laboratory

Firewall principles

  • Connection tracking and states
  • Structure, chains and actions

Firewall Filter in action

  • Filter actions
  • Protecting your router (input)
  • Protection your customers (forward)

Basic Address-List
Source NAT

  • Masquerade and src-nat action

Destination NAT

  • dst-nat and redirect actions

FastTrack
Module 6 laboratory

Simple Queue

  • Target
  • Destinations
  • Max-limit and limit-at
  • Bursting

One Simple queue for the whole network (PCQ)

  • pcq-rate configuration
  • pcq-limit configuration

Module 7 laboratory

PPP settings

  • PPP profile
  • PPP secret
  • PPP status

IP pool

  • Creating pool
  • Managing ranges
  • Assigning to a service

Secure local network

  • PPPoE service-name
  • PPPoE client
  • PPPoE server

Point-to-point addresses
Secure remote networks communication

  • PPTP client and PPTP server (Quick Set)
  • SSTP client

Module 8 laboratory

RouterOS tools

  • E-mail
  • Netwatch
  • Ping
  • Traceroute
  • Profiler (CPU load)

Monitoring

  • Interface traffic monitor
  • Torch
  • Graphs
  • SNMP
  • The Dude

Contacting support@mikrotik.com

  • supout.rif, autosupout.rif and viewer
  • System logs, enabling debug logs
  • Readable configuration (item comments and names)
  • Network diagrams

Module 9 laboratory

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