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MIKROTIK ROUTERBOARD CCRG-4S EXTREME PERFORMANCE CLOUD CORE ROUTER WITH TWELVE// ETHERNET PORTS, 4 SFP PORTS AND ROUTEROS LEVEL 6 LICENSE. hEX lite is a small five port ethernet router in a nice plastic case. Its price is lower than the RouterOS license alone – there simply is no choice when it. This lab demonstrates how to connect mutiple branch offices to the HQ on Mikrotik routerOS, using MPLS with VPLS. One.

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KNOT NEW

IoT Gateway for the most versatile and cost-effective setups

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cAP XL ac NEW

The ceiling AP on steroids! Our bestseller cAP is back – juiced up and stronger than ever. Compared to the previous cAP models, the improved high-gain antenna increases the covered area by up to %!

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KNOT LR8 kit NEW

An out-of-the-box MHz IoT Gateway solution for LoRa® technology. For ultimate versatility and cost-effectiveness. The first gateway with a CAT-M interface for LoRa®!

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KNOT LR9 kit NEW

An out-of-the-box MHz IoT Gateway solution for LoRa® technology. For ultimate versatility and cost-effectiveness. The first gateway with a CAT-M interface for LoRa®!

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RBUG+S+IN NEW

The ultimate heavy-duty home lab router with USB , 1G and G Ethernet and a 10G SFP+ cage. You can mount four of these new routers in a single 1U rackmount space! Unprecedented processing power in such a small form factor.

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CCRG-2S+ NEW

This powerful and affordable router crushes all previous CCR models in single-core performance. 16x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 2x10G SFP+ cages, active cooling and the best single-core performance per watt & best overall performance per watt among all the CCR devices.

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Chateau 5G NEW

One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with ultra-fast LTE/5G support

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RBUG+S+IN

RBUG+S+IN NEW

The ultimate heavy-duty home lab router with USB , 1G and G Ethernet and a 10G SFP+ cage. You can mount four of these new routers in a single 1U rackmount space! Unprecedented processing power in such a small form factor.

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CCRG-2S+

CCRG-2S+ NEW

This powerful and affordable router crushes all previous CCR models in single-core performance. 16x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 2x10G SFP+ cages, active cooling and the best single-core performance per watt & best overall performance per watt among all the CCR devices.

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hEX lite

hEX lite

5x Ethernet, Small plastic case, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, Most affordable MPLS router, RouterOS L4

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hEX

hEX

5x Gigabit Ethernet, Dual Core MHz CPU, MB RAM, USB, microSD, RouterOS L4

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hEX PoE lite

hEX PoE lite

5xEthernet with PoE output for four ports, USB, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, RouterOS L4

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PowerBox

PowerBox

MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, 5xEthernet with PoE output for four ports, RouterOS L4, outdoor case, PSU

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hEX S

hEX S

5x Gigabit Ethernet, SFP, Dual Core MHz CPU, MB RAM, USB, microSD, RouterOS L4, IPsec hardware encryption support and The Dude server package

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hEX PoE

hEX PoE

5x Gigabit Ethernet with PoE output for four ports, SFP, USB, MHz CPU, MB RAM, RouterOS L4

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RBiL-IN

RBiL-IN

Desktop metal case, 5xEthernet, 5xGigabit Ethernet, PoE out on port 10, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, RouterOS L4

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RBiL-RM

RBiL-RM

1U rackmount, 5xEthernet, 5xGigabit Ethernet, PoE out on port 10, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, RouterOS L4

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PowerBox Pro

PowerBox Pro

Five Gigabit Ethernet Router with 4xPoE-out ports, SFP cage and outdoor enclosure

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RBiLS-IN

RBiLS-IN

Desktop metal case, 5xEthernet, 5xGigabit Ethernet, SFP cage, PoE out on port 10, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, RouterOS L4

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RBUiAS-IN

RBUiAS-IN

Desktop metal case, 5xEthernet, 5xGigabit Ethernet, USB, LCD, PoE out on port 10, MHz CPU, MB RAM, RouterOS L5

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RBUiAS-RM

RBUiAS-RM

1U rackmount, 5xEthernet, 5xGigabit Ethernet, USB, LCD, PoE out on port 10, MHz CPU, MB RAM, RouterOS L5

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RBUiAS-RM

RBUiAS-RM

1U rackmount, 10xGigabit Ethernet, SFP, USB , LCD, PoE out on port 10, 2xGHz CPU, 1GB RAM, RouterOS L5

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RBiGS+RM

RBiGS+RM

Powerful 10xGigabit port router with a Quad-core Ghz CPU, 1GB RAM, SFP+ 10Gbps cage and desktop case with rack ears

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RBAHx4

RBAHx4

Powerful 1U rackmount router with 13x Gigabit Ethernet ports

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RBAHx4 Dude Edition

RBAHx4 Dude Edition

Powerful 1U rackmount router with 13x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 60GB M.2 drive for Dude database

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CCRG-1C-PC

CCRG-1C-PC

7x Gigabit Ethernet, 1x Combo port (SFP or Gigabit Ethernet), 9 cores x 1GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, passive cooling case, RouterOS L6

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CCRG-1C-1S+PC

CCRG-1C-1S+PC

7x Gigabit Ethernet, 1x Combo port (SFP or Gigabit Ethernet), 1xSFP+ cage, 9 cores x 1GHz CPU, 2GB RAM, LCD panel, passive cooling desktop enclosure, SmartCard slot, RouterOS L6, PSU

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CCRG-1C-1S+

CCRG-1C-1S+

1U rackmount, 7x Gigabit Ethernet, 1x Combo port (SFP or Gigabit Ethernet), 1xSFP+ cage, 9 cores x GHz CPU, 2GB RAM, LCD panel, Dual Power supplies, SmartCard slot, RouterOS L6

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CCRGS+2XS

CCRGS+2XS

The Connectivity Router - your best companion when it comes to SFP, SFP+ and SFP28 management! 1, 10 and 25 Gbps ports in a single device to make your life easier.

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CCRG

CCRG

1U rackmount, 12x Gigabit Ethernet, LCD, 16 cores x GHz CPU, 2GB RAM, mpps fastpath, Up to 12Gbit/s throughput, RouterOS L6, Dual PSU

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CCRS-1S+

CCRS-1S+

1U rackmount, 12xSFP cage, 1xSFP+ cage, 16 cores x GHz CPU, 2GB RAM, LCD panel, Dual Power supplies, RouterOS L6

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CCRG-4S

CCRG-4S

1U rackmount, 12x Gigabit Ethernet, 4xSFP cages, LCD, 36 cores x GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, 24 mpps fastpath, Up to 16Gbit/s throughput, RouterOS L6, Dual PSU

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CCRG-2S+

CCRG-2S+

1U rackmount, 8x Gigabit Ethernet, 2xSFP+ cages, LCD, 36 cores x GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, mpps fastpath, Up to 28Gbit/s throughput, RouterOS L6, Dual PSU

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CCRG-4S-EM

CCRG-4S-EM

1U rackmount, 12x Gigabit Ethernet, 4xSFP cages, LCD, 36 cores x GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, 24 mpps fastpath, Up to 16Gbit/s throughput, RouterOS L6, Dual PSU

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CCRG-2S+EM

CCRG-2S+EM

1U rackmount, 8x Gigabit Ethernet, 2xSFP+ cages, LCD, 36 cores x GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, mpps fastpath, Up to 28Gbit/s throughput, RouterOS L6, Dual PSU

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CCRG-8S+

CCRG-8S+

1U rackmount, 1x Gigabit Ethernet, 8xSFP+ cages, LCD, 72 cores x 1GHz CPU, 16GB RAM, up to million packets per second, 80Gbps throughput, RouterOS L6

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netFiber 9

netFiber 9 NEW

A remarkable outdoor switch for setting up an optical 10G network that can even perform some light routing. The spiritual successor to the beloved FiberBox. Gigabit Ethernet, SFP/SFP+, PoE.

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RBGS

RBGS

5x Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch, SFP cage, plastic case, SwOS

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RBGSP

RBGSP

5x Gigabit PoE out Ethernet Smart Switch, SFP cage, plastic case, SwOS

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CRSC-5S

CRSC-5S

Smart Switch, 5x SFP cages, 1x Combo port (SFP or Gigabit Ethernet), MHz CPU, MB RAM, desktop case, RouterOS L5

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FiberBox

FiberBox

An outdoor switch with five SFP ports

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CSSG-2S+IN

CSSG-2S+IN

Eight 1G Ethernet ports and two SFP+ ports for 10G fiber connectivity. Portable, powerful and extremely cost-effective – this switch is an instant classic!

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netPower Lite 7R

netPower Lite 7R

An outdoor reverse PoE switch with Gigabit Ethernet and 10G SFP+ ports.

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CRSG-4S-IN

CRSG-4S-IN

8x Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch, 4x SFP cages, MHz CPU, MB RAM, desktop case, RouterOS L5

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CSSG-2S+RM

CSSG-2S+RM

SwOS powered 24 port Gigabit Ethernet switch with two SFP+ ports in 1U rackmount case

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CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

8x Gigabit Smart Switch, 1x SFP cage, LCD, b/g/n Dual Chain wireless, MHz CPU, MB RAM, Metal desktop case, RouterOS L5, supports V, af/at compliant

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CRSG-4S+IN

CRSG-4S+IN

Five-port desktop switch with one Gigabit Ethernet port and four SFP+ 10Gbps ports

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netPower 15FR

netPower 15FR

An outdoor 18 port switch with 15 reverse PoE ports and SFP. Cut costs, not speed – choose GPEN over GPON!

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CRSP-4S-IN

CRSP-4S-IN

8x Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch with PoE-out, 4x SFP cages, MHz CPU, MB RAM, desktop case, RouterOS L5

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CRSG-2S+IN

CRSG-2S+IN

24 Gigabit ports, 2 SFP+ cages and a desktop case – server room power for your home!

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CRSG-2S+RM

CRSG-2S+RM

24 Gigabit port switch with 2 x SFP+ cages in 1U rackmount case, Dual boot (RouterOS or SwitchOS)

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CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

24x Gigabit Ethernet layer 3 Smart Switch, 1x SFP cage, LCD, b/g/n Dual Chain wireless, MHz CPU, MB RAM, Metal desktop case, RouterOS L5

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CRSGS-1S+IN

CRSGS-1S+IN

Smart Switch, 1x Gigabit LAN, 10x SFP cages, 1x SFP+ cage, LCD, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, Metal desktop case, RouterOS L5

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CRSG-8S+IN

CRSG-8S+IN

Desktop switch with one Gigabit Ethernet port and eight SFP+ 10Gbps ports

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netPower 16P

netPower 16P

An outdoor 18 port switch with 16 Gigabit PoE-out ports and 2 SFP+. Power all your access points anywhere!

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CRSCS-4S+RM

CRSCS-4S+RM

Smart Switch, 20 x SFP cages, 4 x SFP+ cages, 4 x Combo ports (Gigabit Ethernet or SFP), MHz CPU, MB RAM, 1U rackmount case, Dual Power Supplies, RouterOS L5 or SwitchOS (Dual Boot)

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CRSP-4S+RM

CRSP-4S+RM

24 port Gigabit Ethernet router/switch with four 10Gbps SFP+ ports in 1U rackmount case, Dual Boot and PoE output, W

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CRSGS+RM

CRSGS+RM

Smart Switch, 1 x Gigabit LAN, 16 x SFP+ cages, Dual Core MHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 1U rackmount passive cooling case, Dual Power Supplies

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CRSG-4S+2Q+RM

CRSG-4S+2Q+RM

Best price and best performance on the market – this 48 port switch will rock any setup, including 40 Gbps devices!

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CRSC+8XG-RM

CRSC+8XG-RM

Switch of the future: the first MikroTik product with 10G RJ45 Ethernet ports and SFP+

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LDF 5

LDF 5

Dual chain 5GHz system for long distance links with satellite offset dish antennas

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SXTsq Lite2

SXTsq Lite2

Low-cost small-size 10dBi GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone

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LDF 2

LDF 2

Dual chain GHz system for long distance links with satellite offset dish antennas

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SXTsq Lite5

SXTsq Lite5

Low-cost small-size 16dBi 5GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone

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DISC Lite5

DISC Lite5

Dual chain 21dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna, Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM

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SXTsq 5 High Power

SXTsq 5 High Power

Low-cost High Power small-size 16dBi 5GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone

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SXTsq 5 ac

SXTsq 5 ac

Low-cost small-size 16dBi 5GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone with AC support and Gigabit Ethernet

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LHG 2

LHG 2

Dual chain 18dBi GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna, Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM

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LDF 5 ac

LDF 5 ac

Dual chain 5GHz system with Gigabit Ethernet and ac support for long distance links with satellite offset dish antennas

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DISC Lite5 ac

DISC Lite5 ac

Outdoor 5GHz a/n/ac wireless device with a backfire type 21dBi integrated antenna and Gigabit Ethernet for longer distances

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Groove 52

Groove 52

GHz/5GHz Backbone/CPE, N-male connector

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LHG 5

LHG 5

Dual chain dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna, Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM

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LHG XL 2

LHG XL 2

Dual chain 21dBi GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna for longer distances

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LHG HP5

LHG HP5

Dual chain High Power dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna

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SXT 2

SXT 2

10dbi 60 degree integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, dual chain, Gigabit Ethernet

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GrooveA 52

GrooveA 52

GHz/5GHz AP/Backbone/CPE, N-male connector, includes GHz/5GHz 6dBi Omni Antenna

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LHG XL HP5

LHG XL HP5

Dual chain eXtra Large High Power 27dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna

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OmniTIK 5

OmniTIK 5

dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain, 5xEthernet ports

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BaseBox 5

BaseBox 5

5Ghz integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet

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BaseBox 2

BaseBox 2

Ghz integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet

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LHG 5 ac

LHG 5 ac

Dual chain dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna with AC support and Gigabit Ethernet

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BaseBox 6

BaseBox 6

6GHz integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet

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OmniTIK 5 PoE

OmniTIK 5 PoE

dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain, 5xEthernet ports with PoE output

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SXT SA5

SXT SA5

14dBi integrated Sector AP, 90 degrees beamwidth, Gigabit Ethernet

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GrooveA 52 ac

GrooveA 52 ac

GHz/5GHz AP/Backbone/CPE with ac and Gigabit Ethernet, N-male connector + Omni antenna

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SXT 6

SXT 6

Dual chain 16dBi 26 degree GHz Integrated antenna for licensed band

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LHG XL 5 ac

LHG XL 5 ac

Dual chain Long Range 27dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna with AC support and Gigabit Ethernet

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mANTBox 2 12s

mANTBox 2 12s

GHz degree 12dBi dual polarization sector Integrated antenna with Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, PSU and PoE

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NetBox 5

NetBox 5

ac support for up to Mbits, waterproof enclosure, high output

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OmniTIK 5 ac

OmniTIK 5 ac

dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain with ac support, 5x Gigabit Ethernet ports

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SEXTANT G

SEXTANT G

18dBi integrated CPE/Backbone, Gigabit Ethernet

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SXT SA5 ac

SXT SA5 ac

ac up to Mbit, high output, wide beamwidth sector antenna

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Metal 52 ac

Metal 52 ac

/5GHz software selectable AP/Backbone/CPE with AC support, high TX power, N-male connector, Omni antenna included

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OmniTIK 5 PoE ac

OmniTIK 5 PoE ac

dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain with ac support, 5x Gigabit Ethernet ports with PoE-out

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mANTBox 15s

mANTBox 15s

5GHz degree 15dBi dual polarization sector Integrated antenna with Mhz CPU, MB RAM, SFP, PSU and PoE

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NetMetal 5

NetMetal 5

Dual chain 5GHz integrated a/n/ac AP/Backbone/CPE with an additional miniPCI-e slot, 2xRPSMA connectors, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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NetMetal 5SHP

NetMetal 5SHP

Dual chain 5GHz integrated ac AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, high TX power, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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NetMetal 5 triple

NetMetal 5 triple

Triple chain 5GHz integrated ac AP/Backbone/CPE with an additional miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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mANTBox 52 15s

mANTBox 52 15s

A dual-band /5 GHz base station with a powerful built-in sector antenna, PoE support, Gigabit Ethernet and SFP. One powerful package for all your outdoor network needs, perfect for camps, stadiums and parks!

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QRT 5

QRT 5

5GHz AP/Backbone/CPE, dual-chain, Gigabit Ethernet

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NetMetal 5SHP triple

NetMetal 5SHP triple

Triple chain 5GHz integrated ac AP/Backbone/CPE, 3xRPSMA connectors, high power, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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DynaDish 5

DynaDish 5

Dual chain 5GHz a/n/ac QCA, MB RAM, MHz CPU, 25dBi antenna gain

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DynaDish 6

DynaDish 6

Dual chain 25dBi Long Range GHz Integrated antenna for licensed band

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LHG XL 52 ac

LHG XL 52 ac

Extremely powerful dual-band backbone / CPE for long-distance connection without downtime

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QRT 5 ac

QRT 5 ac

Dual chain 5GHz a/n/ac QCA, MB RAM, MHz CPU, 24 dBi antenna gain

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mANTBox 19s

mANTBox 19s

5GHz degree 19dBi dual polarization sector Integrated antenna with Mhz CPU, MB RAM, SFP, PSU and PoE

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KNOT

KNOT NEW

IoT Gateway for the most versatile and cost-effective setups

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cAP XL ac

cAP XL ac NEW

The ceiling AP on steroids! Our bestseller cAP is back – juiced up and stronger than ever. Compared to the previous cAP models, the improved high-gain antenna increases the covered area by up to %!

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Chateau 5G

Chateau 5G NEW

One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with ultra-fast LTE/5G support

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hAP mini

hAP mini

Tiny size home Ghz AP with three LAN ports

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hAP lite

hAP lite

Low cost home wireless AP with dual chain GHz wireless, powered by USB

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hAP lite TC

hAP lite TC

Small home AP with four ethernet ports and a colorful enclosure.

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mAP lite

mAP lite

Tiny size GHz Dual Chain access point with a MHz CPU, 64MB RAM and one Ethernet

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cAP lite

cAP lite

Low-cost dual-chain GHz AP with wall and ceiling enclosure

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mAP

mAP

Dual-Chain GHz micro AP, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, 2xEthernet, PoE out

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hAP

hAP

GHz AP, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support

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wAP

wAP

Small weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a ceiling, wall or pole

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wAP BE

wAP BE

Small weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a ceiling, wall or pole. In black

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wsAP ac lite

wsAP ac lite

In-wall Dual Concurrent GHz / 5GHz wireless access point with three Ethernet ports and telephone jack pass through for hospitality networks

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cAP

cAP

Ceiling AP, Dual-Chain GHz, MHz CPU, RouterOS L4, at/af support

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hAP ac lite

hAP ac lite

Dual-Concurrent /5GHz AP, ac, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support

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hAP ac lite TC

hAP ac lite TC

Dual-Concurrent /5GHz AP, ac, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support, universal tower case

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RBUi-2HnD

RBUi-2HnD

GHz AP with five Ethernet ports and PoE output on port 5. It has a MHz CPU, MB RAM and a USB port.

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cAP ac

cAP ac

Dual-band / 5GHz wireless access point for mounting on a ceiling or wall with two Gigabit Ethernet ports (one with PoE output), ac support and IPsec hardware encryption support

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hAP ac²

hAP ac²

Dual-Concurrent /5GHz AP, a/b/g/n/ac, Five Gigabit Ethernet ports, USB for 3G/4G support, universal tower case and IPsec hardware encryption support

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wAP R

wAP R

Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE antennas and miniPCI-e slot

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RBG-2HnD

RBG-2HnD

Ghz AP, 5xGigabit Ethernet, USB, MHz CPU, MB RAM

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wAP ac

wAP ac

wAP ac – a small dual-band weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a pole, wall, or the ceiling. The new revision features 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports, enhanced wireless antenna performance, more RAM, and a powerful quad-core CPU!

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hAP ac³

hAP ac³

A wireless dual-band router with 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports and external high gain antennas for more coverage

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RBUiAS-2HnD-IN

RBUiAS-2HnD-IN

GHz AP, 5x Ethernet, 5x Gigabit Ethernet, SFP cage, USB, LCD, PoE output on Eth10, MHz CPU, MB RAM

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hAP ac

hAP ac

Dual concurrent triple chain /5GHz AP, ac/a/n/b/g, Five Gigabit Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, SFP, USB for 3G/4G support or storage

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Audience

Audience

Tri-band (one GHz & two 5 GHz) home access point with meshing technology

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hAP ac³ LTE6 kit

hAP ac³ LTE6 kit

A wireless dual-band router with LTE support and 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports. The right choice for most homes!

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Chateau LTE12

Chateau LTE12

One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with LTE support

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RBiGS+5HacQ2HnD-IN

RBiGS+5HacQ2HnD-IN

Powerful 10xGigabit port router with a Quad-core Ghz CPU, 1GB RAM, SFP+ 10Gbps cage, dual band GHz / 5GHz 4x4 MIMO a/b/g/n/ac wireless and desktop case

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Audience LTE6 kit

Audience LTE6 kit

Tri-band (one GHz & two 5 GHz) home access point with LTE CAT6 support and meshing technology

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wAP ac

wAP ac

wAP ac – a small dual-band weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a pole, wall, or the ceiling. The new revision features 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports, enhanced wireless antenna performance, more RAM, and a powerful quad-core CPU!

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Chateau 5G NEW

One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with ultra-fast LTE/5G support

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wAP R

Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE antennas and miniPCI-e slot

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SXT R

dBi 60 degree LTE antenna with 2x Ethernet ports (one with PoE out), WITHOUT LTE modem

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LtAP mini

Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE antennas, two SIM slots, integrated GPS and miniPCI-e slot

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LHG R

High gain 21dBI LTE antenna for very remote areas, WITHOUT LTE modem

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wAP LTE kit

Small weatherproof wireless access point with International LTE modem

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wAP LTE kit US

Small weatherproof wireless access point with United States LTE modem

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LtAP mini LTE kit

Small weatherproof wireless access point with International LTE modem, two SIM slots and GPS

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LtAP mini LTE kit-US

Small weatherproof wireless access point with United States LTE modem, two SIM slots and GPS

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SXT LTE kit

SXT 2G/3G/4G/LTE CPE, 9dBi 60 degree antenna, 2x Ethernet ports (one with PoE out), two SIM, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, enclosure, PoE and PSU (RouterOS L3), International bands

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SXT LTE kit-US

SXT 3G/4G/LTE CPE, dBi 60 degree antenna, 2x Ethernet ports (one with PoE out), two SIM, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, enclosure, PoE and PSU (RouterOS L3), US bands

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wAP 4G kit

Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE modem for bands 3, 7, 20, 31, 41n, 42 and 43

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wAP R ac

Small weatherproof Dual Band / 5 GHz wireless access point with LTE antennas and miniPCI-e slot

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LtAP

A heavy-duty GHz access point with two miniPCI-e slots, three SIM slots and GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo)

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SXT LTE6 kit

The evolution of affordable connectivity in remote areas

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LDF LTE6 kit

This outdoor wireless system with a built-in antenna can provide a connection even in the most remote locations. Tiny, powerful, can be used with any satellite TV dish with an offset mount.

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LHG LTE kit

LHG 2G/3G/4G/LTE High gain 17dBI CPE for very remote areas, International bands

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LHG LTE kit-US

LHG 3G/4G/LTE High gain 17dBI CPE for very remote areas, US bands

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LHG 4G kit

LHG 4G/LTE High gain 21dBi CPE for very remote areas, LTE modem for bands 3, 7, 20, 31, 41n, 42 and 43

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wAP ac LTE kit

Small weatherproof Dual Band / 5 GHz wireless access point with LTE antennas and modem for International LTE bands 1,2,3,7,8,20,38 and

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wAP ac 4G kit

Small weatherproof Dual Band / 5 GHz wireless access point with LTE antennas and modem for International bands 3, 7, 20, 31, 41n, 42 and 43

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LtAP LTE kit

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We need certificates for specific VPN technologies, including Microsoft SSTP and OpenVPN tunnels. For small installations, we will use the self-signed CA infrastructure. Moreover, this process is the same regardless how we obtain those certificates.

The procedure described here is the same for any version of Mikrotik RouterOS, from to We can work from the command line or from WinBox GUI.

(Update ) If you need instructions for other platforms, you can check the following documents:

 

What we need?

Our list of the ingredients is very short. We need:

  • A CA root certificate
  • A private (device) certificate
  • A key for the private certificate

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We will never use a private key for the root CA certificate. It is sensitive and we never share it. More importantly, if we are working with a third party CA root certificate we will never have access to it.

We need to upload those files on the router; we can utilize the Mikrotik WinBox built-in file transfer capability or FTP session with the router.

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Importing from the command line

If you prefer to work from the command line or if working over a slow link, you can finish the whole job with a few commands. I will import in this example the root CA certificate from the command line.

Command for importing certificates is:

certificate import file-name=arenaqq.us

where the arenaqq.us is the name of the certificate we need to import. In our case that name is arenaqq.us. Therefore, our command will be:

certificate import file-name=arenaqq.us

As we protected our CA certificate with a password (or even better passphrase), we must provide the correct password to enable importing of the certificate. The rest of the process is automatic.

03 - import ca cert from cmd line

However, if something is wrong (format of the file or the password), then the import of the certificate will fail. Therefore, read carefully the response from the command. You should see there that one certificate is imported.

When you want to check for an already installed certificates just type following command:

certificate print

The router will print the list of all installed certificates. The output can be very confusing as the columns are truncated on predefined widths.

04 - listanje sertifikata

However, even such poor view can be helpful when working with small number of certificates.

 

Importing from the WinBox

We can use the WinBox tool when we want to work more comfortably. This way we will have more details in the view and we can use the graphical dialogs to perform the whole operation.

Although we are using the certificate command directly from the root in the command line, this command is placed in the WinBox inside the System menu.

05 - Sys certs

We can see all the already installed certificates when we open the window for the Certificates service. In our example, we can see the root CA certificate which we have just imported.

06 - WinBox Certificates

As you can see, we can have more details on display and we can adapt the column widths. The name of the certificate is always a combination of the file name, underscore sign and ordinal number. That means that we can have more than one certificate with the same file name and Mikrotik will generate different names for them.

Now we need to import the device certificate. In our example, this is arenaqq.us. We will click on the button [ Import ] and a new dialog window will appear. We have a pull down list with the names of all files found inside the router.

07 - Winbox certs select file 2 import

We will choose our device certificate. Remember that you need to import first the certificate then the key.

Before we go any further, I have a trick question for you. What is wrong with this screenshot? I will provide the answer later.

We chose our certificate from the list. If the certificate hasn’t got the password, you can just click on the [ Import ] button.

08 - import server cert

However, if there is a password and you did not provide it, there will be no error message. Therefore, you will see result in the basic dialog. If our new certificate appears there, then everything is fine.

09 - WinBox certs imported certs

You should see all parameters. The most important one is the Common Name. This name must be correct. We already discussed that in the section about server certificates inside this post.

To have the device handle SSL communications it must also have the private key for its certificate. Therefore, we need to import it. The procedure is the same as with the certificate file. We will choose the key file from the list, enter the password and click on the button [ Import ].

10 - WinBox certs import key

Oh, yes, the answer. I chose the wrong file in in first place. Instead of the key file (arenaqq.us) I chose the certificate request file (arenaqq.us).

Again, if you did not provide the password or passphrase, the key will not import and there will not be an error message. You must check again the list of the certificates.

11 - WinBox certs private cert decrypted

When the import of the private key is successful, you can see that that certificate will have a letter K in the first column. This letter is short from private Key and indicates that the import was successful.

We can check any certificate’s details; Just open it with a double click.

12 - WinBox certs cert details

We can see all the details we provided during the creation process. Furthermore, we can assign a new name to it. As this name is the text field, we can type a meaningful name here.

 

Using this certificate

We have our certificate imported and ready to be used. As we mentioned at the beginning of this article, we can use this certificate with some VPN technologies. I will quickly demonstrate association between the device certificate and the SSTP VPN server.

13 - Cert used with SSTP server

As you can see, we chose our server certificate from the drop down list. After this step, we will import at least the root CA certificate on the SSTP client machine and then SSTP VPN can be established between them.

For greater security, we can build a larger CA infrastructure that also includes the client side certificates. We can see on this screenshot that we can force verification of the client side certificates.

Stay tuned.

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neitzels irrelevant irregular intarweb notes

Upgrading the RouterOS on MikroTik devices is a simple affair:

  • You check for new firmware;
  • if there is any, review the release notes;
  • download, install and reboot;
  • update the bootloader in a separate step,
  • followed by a second reboot.

All this is usually done in five minutes. So far I never had any issues caused by an RouterOS update.

Which makes you buy more MikroTik gear. The youngster in my home is

arenaqq.us

This is a cheap (22 EUR), small wireless router/switch/access point serving my kitchen. Permanently attached nodes are NCD X terminal terminal and the DAB+/FM/Internet/LAN-Media radio .

is supposed to replace the small cisco switch lab there but, as of now, they all still share the window sill:

kitchen switchen

Updates vs. IPv6-only

I have run out of my public IPv4 addresses at home long ago. Because is currently mostly just operating as an access point it doesn't need any layer-3 address except for management. And so it became my first IPv6-only node, without any IPv4 address at all.

This was all fine. Until I tried the first RouterOS upgrade.

As showed the upgrade process will resolve the server name

which apparently would serve both the current and the vintage protocol flavours. The hAP though will first try an IPv4 server, notice that that network is unreachable, and give up. What a shame!

This short-coming is particularly disappointing because the RouterOS can transfer data via IPv6 when asked manually:

D'oh!

Workaround: for RouterOS updates, I temporarily . Do the upgrade dance, and again.

Not nice but there are worse things in life.

Updates vs. Flash Size

Hey, let's just spend fifteen minutes on upgrading all three MikroTik gadgets, I thought around 8pm. When I went into bed, it was around 5am.

The upgrades went without a hitch on the two larger devices, and but on strange things would happen. The "download" step went fine but the "reboot for install" step would end up in the same old package versions as before (), with the download new version () purged from the area. Repeated attempts didn't help.

WLKIKIV, as we say here, and a quick shows the problem:

not enough disk space.

The "hdd" flash memory is indeed much more constrained on :

The size of the stock "combo" release packages is now approaching half of the disk size:

During an upgrade, both the old and new version have to sit side-by-side on the disk, the filesystem structure needs some space, the config needs some space, the official documentation is asking for 2 MB spare capacity. After this download though I was down to the last 44 KB(!) on the disk.

A few months ago, in the same situation, I found a surplus support-dump I could delete to gain enough breathing space. No such luck tonight.

With the current RouterOS "Stable" images, things have now simply become too tight for a stock "hAP lite" and similar devices. without much extra config/data on its flash medium to upgrade to newer stock RouterOS versions. To be frank, this is major surprise if not a disgrace.

Me vs. the Web Forum

The official RouterOS documentation doesn't address this problem.

Grudgingly I dived into the "community support". I simply hate sifting through web fora, no matter which ones. It took hours.

Yes, I was not the only one with the problem. There were messages about the problem without any followup at all; there were quite a handful of wrong explanations; there was even a bit of ad-hominem and mud-slinging.

It did pointed me to the proper solution though:

By default, have their software installed from a "combined routeros package" which contains a selection of individual feature packages. It should not happen but the combined package can become to big for smaller platforms. You have then to switch over to deal with the packages individually, selecting you own mix.

The Solution

My first idea was to delete a few of the packages which I currently don't use in order to create the space for the complete new kit.

Turns out that you cannot anything when everything comes from the "combined routeros".

The only way forward is this:

  1. Make an extra backup of your configuration beyond of what the automatic reboot/reset backup is providing. The commands are simple and the demands on precious flash space are small:

  2. Download the "Extra packages" kit matching your hardware from arenaqq.us

    This kit does not contain just "extra" packages for the more obscure features as the title suggests to me. Instead, the filename is much more appropriate: . This zip contains the ten packages which comprise the "combined" = "Main" package (=), and only three extra pkgs: , , . (A full listing is below.)

  3. Download this .zip archive elsewhere and extract the .npk packages.

  4. Use scp, ftp or RouterOS' to copy a subset of the packages into the area for installation. Everybody needs the package which weighs in with MB alone. Another essential package for me is ( KB) to be able to access/manage the hAP-lite at all. might be that thing for you, and in that case you also need ( + = KB). And since is also required for access, I used that, too. These four pkgs already total at 6+ MB, enough to get nervous.

  5. Reboot to install these packages.

  6. You only get the few selected new packages.

    All packages/features from the old version get removed. The result is not a mix of old and updated packages.

    Your new reduced feature set will load your old configration as much as possible. Settings for now missing features will be lost. For example, without the pkg, I lost my WLAN definition.

    Luckily, you didn't skip the the first step, saving your config, did you?

  7. With the old version's packages gone, you have now plenty of disk space for the other new packages. Install as much as you want by copying them to the area and rebooting.

  8. With all wanted new packages in place, you can now reload your configuration:

    or

    As of now I haven't figured out which is better in which case. I suppose that either would do for me.

I believe you can choose between these two strategies:

  • Exercise some restraint and aim at "below 7 MB for everything", so that future upgrades are completely painless. The standard process should download only those packages you have in use.

    In my case, this would be: system, ipv6, wireless, security, dhcp. As of now, this already totals in bytes aka MiB. Hrrmmm

  • If you prefer a "all packages" setup, you will have to go through the "update to/with minimal package set / add extras later" on every single update. The only ease is that you can get rid of ballast before doing the upgrade: will now work. You can then do the (minimal) upgrade and re-add non-minimal packages afterwards. Again, this requires the download of the "Extras" .zip-file. And, of course, the backup of your configuration.

I am wondering how all this will pan out for me. I'll try to automate the "all packages" updates, i.e. the second approach.

Summary

For reference, here is my current installation and sizes of the corresponding all_packages:

The 22,- EUR are dirt cheap but my time isn't. Automating the the "all packages" updates will certainly be a worthwile learning experience.

How about 44,- EUR for a non-lite hAP? Or a 50,- hAP ac lite? Flash is still sized at 16MiB but you can add a USB stick. Would that help? I couldn't find any statements on this in the manual or product brochures.

If not, then the entire hAP/cAP/wAP range of "16 MB Flash" MikroTik products does not really have a future in the "Stable" RouterOS track for consumers. MikroTik must resolve this issue somehow.

The RBUi-2HnD comes at 80,- EUR and with MiB NAND storage. This would definitely remove the upgrade pains albeit at a noticeable price increase.

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  • Release rc2

    What's new in rc2 (Sep ):

    Changes in this release:

    *) bridge - improved controller bridge stability when adding RouterOS v7 port extender;
    *) bridge - improved port extender stability when creating bond interfaces on excluded ports;
    *) crs3xx - fixed bridge controller and extender packet forwarding for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
    *) dhcp-server - fixed DHCP Option decimal value parsing;
    *) discovery - do not send discovery packets on interfaces that are blocked by STP (introduced in v);
    *) sfp - added "sfp-rate-select" setting;
    *) supout - added controller bridge section;
    *) switch - fixed (R/M)STP port blocking right before switching them in HW bridge (fixes possible packet loop when changing bridge settings);
    *) user - added "expired" user status with suggestion to change password (WinBox v required);
    *) user - fixed active user session purging on disconnect;
    *) user - show "expired password" prompt for users with blank password;
    *) winbox - added "fec-mode" parameter under "Interface/Ethernet" menu;
    *) winbox - minimal required version is v;
    *) wireless - improved system stability when sending packets through interface after L2MTU is increased;

    Other changes since v

    *) backup - fixed backup file restore (introduced in vbeta);
    *) branding - fixed LCD logo loading from branding package when installed via Netinstall;
    *) branding - properly clean up old branding files before installing a new one;
    *) bridge - added IGMP and MLD querier monitoring;
    *) bridge - added IGMP snooping log when multicast table gets full;
    *) bridge - fixed external flag in the host table for wireless clients;
    *) bridge - improved stability when quickly adding and removing bridge interface;
    *) bridge - improved system stability when disabling IGMP/MLD querier port (introduced in vbeta22);
    *) chr - fixed OS provisioning on Azure;
    *) chr - improved stability when changing "flow-control" settings on interfaces with e drivers;
    *) conntrack - increased total connection tracking table size based on installed RAM size;
    *) console - require "write+ftp" permissions for executing script to file;
    *) console - require "write+ftp" permissions for printing to file;
    *) crs3xx - correctly filter packets by L2MTU on 1Gbps Ethernet interfaces for CRS devices;
    *) crs3xx - fixed LEDs for QSFP+ interface on CRSS+2Q+ device;
    *) crs3xx - fixed SFP and SFP+ link rate reporting (introduced in vbeta11);
    *) crs3xx - fixed default MAC address calculation on management Ethernet for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
    *) crs3xx - fixed interface flow control;
    *) crs3xx - fixed jumbo frame forwarding for CRS devices (introduced in vbeta36);
    *) crs3xx - fixed packet forwarding on 1Gbps Ethernet interfaces for CRS devices (introduced in vbeta44);
    *) crs3xx - improved QSFP+ linking and mode changing for CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
    *) crs3xx - improved packet transmit on SFP+ interfaces;
    *) crs3xx - improved switch resource allocation for CRS, CRS, CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
    *) crs3xx - improved system stability when learning MDB and FBD entries for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices (introduced in vbeta44);
    *) defconf - apply default configuration from branding package when performing reset with button;
    *) defconf - removed overlapping IPv6 firewall rules;
    *) defconf - use router as DNS server for DHCP hosts;
    *) dhcpv4-server - reset lease's dynamic "bcast" flag on packets from relay;
    *) dhcpv6-server - check if pool name has changed from RADIUS on renew;
    *) dhcpv6-server - improved dynamic server entry update;
    *) firewall - fixed "ingress-priority" matcher;
    *) firewall - fixed GRE protocol packets considered invalid when PPTP helper is disabled;
    *) gps - improved interface monitoring;
    *) health - added "phy-temperature" sensor monitoring for CRS device;
    *) health - improved temperature reporting;
    *) ike2 - added support for ASN.1 DN "my-id" value setting for initiators;
    *) ike2 - check if TS is still valid after obtaining SPI;
    *) ike2 - fixed initiator packet retransmit with DDOS cookie;
    *) ipsec - improved SA update by SPI;
    *) ipsec - improved system stability on CHR;
    *) ipsec - improved system stability on MMIPS devices;
    *) kid-control - improved IPv6 firewall rule generation;
    *) leds - fixed LTE LED default mapping for wAP R ac LTE kit;
    *) lora - added additional predefined network servers;
    *) lora - added channel plan "il" for Israel;
    *) lora - fixed "PULL_DATA" token generation;
    *) m33g - improved support for "/system gpio" menu ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
    *) m33g - removed pins from "/system gpio" menu;
    *) mipsbe - improved booting speed on non-NAND devices ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
    *) mpls - allow to disable FastPath (CLI only);
    *) mqtt - added server name indication;
    *) netinstall - fixed lock file persistence after reinstall;
    *) netinstall - improved bootp packet handling on Linux netinstall-cli version when multiple NIC's are present;
    *) netinstall - require Netinstall version to be the same or newer as "factory-software";
    *) ntp - use correct IPv6 multicast group for SNTP client;
    *) package - always allow to uninstall package even if there is no free disk space left;
    *) poe - fixed PoE out functionality on CRS (introduced in vbeta22);
    *) poe - update PoE firmware only on devices that supports it;
    *) ppp - improved stability when receiving bogus response on modem channel;
    *) qsfp - improved system stability when setting unsupported link rates;
    *) rb - fixed miniPCI-e card detection (introduced in vbeta11);
    *) routerboard - fixed "reformat-hold-button-max" validation for values below 10s;
    *) sfp - added "sfp-rate-select" setting (CLI only);
    *) sfp - fixed GPON module linking (introduced in v);
    *) sfp - improved 25Gbps optical module stability and linking;
    *) sfp - improved SFP, SFP+, SFP28 and QSFP+ interface stability for CRS3xx and CCR devices;
    *) sfp - improved link stability for 10G, 25G and 40G modules on CRS, CRS, CRSS+2Q+ CRS and CCR devices;
    *) sfp28 - changed FEC auto mode to disabled;
    *) snmp - added "engine-id" OID support;
    *) snmp - fixed "ipNetToMediaType" OID for incomplete entries;
    *) ssh - fixed "undo" functionality;
    *) supout - print detailed list of active user sessions;
    *) switch - fixed (R/M)STP port blocking right before switching them in HW bridge (fixes possible packet loop when changing bridge settings);
    *) switch - improved packet transmit between CPU and 98PX for CCRGS+2XS device;
    *) swos - fixed "static-ip-address" parameter;
    *) trclient - added "X_MIKROTIK_LinkDowns" parameter for interface "link-downs" value reporting;
    *) trclient - added support for Ethernet link speed reporting;
    *) trclient - added support for interface comment reporting and editing;
    *) trclient - added support for supout file upload;
    *) trclient - fixed traceroute diagnostics time values;
    *) trclient - improved XML with new-lines for readable output;
    *) trclient - improved stability for download/upload diagnostics;
    *) upgrade - fixed free space checking on flash type memories when installing new packages;
    *) ups - added battery info for APC Back-UPS BXMI;
    *) w60g - general stability and performance improvements;
    *) w60g - limit power output when using region EU to match EN on nRAY;
    *) w60g - use EU region by default;
    *) webfig - added support for logo image from branding package;
    *) webfig - do not show value units twice;
    *) webfig - fixed "Wireless/CAP" menu opening;
    *) webfig - fixed interface sorting by name;
    *) webfig - show only "Close" button under "Wireless/Wireless Sniffer/Sniffed Packets" menu;
    *) winbox - added "dhcp" option to "multicast-helper" setting;
    *) winbox - added "interface-speedG" LED type to "System/LEDs" menu;
    *) winbox - added "name" and "file-name" parameter when importing and exporting certificates;
    *) winbox - added "sfp-shutdown-temperature" setting to SFP interfaces;
    *) winbox - added SSH settings under "IP/SSH" menu;
    *) winbox - added TFTP settings under "IP/TFTP/Settings" menu;
    *) winbox - allow setting MCS () to 4x4 Wireless interfaces;
    *) winbox - do not allow to add/remove W60G interfaces;
    *) winbox - do not allow to set empty "init-string" field under "System/GPS" menu;
    *) winbox - do not show "GPS antenna" selection for devices without selection support;
    *) winbox - fixed "Secondary Frequency" parameter setting under "CAPsMAN/Channel" menu;
    *) winbox - fixed DNS "cache-size" parameter setting;
    *) winbox - fixed health reporting on RB, hEX, hEX S and hAP ac3 devices;
    *) winbox - fixed order of weekdays under "IP/Firewall" menu;
    *) winbox - fixed support for "Delegated-IPv6-Prefix" for PPP services;
    *) winbox - match "MAC Protocol-Num" predefined values under "Bridge/Filters" menu;
    *) winbox - properly show "CRL Signature" field under "System/Certificate" menu;
    *) winbox - separated CCQ Tx and Rx values in their own unique columns;
    *) winbox - show "System/Health/Settings" only on boards that have configurable values;
    *) winbox - show "current-channel" column by default for CAP interfaces;
    *) winbox - show IPv6 address in separate field under "IP/Cloud" menu;
    *) wireless - added U-NII-2 support for US and Canada country profiles for hAP ac lite;
    *) wireless - added override for multicast-to-unicast translation of DHCP traffic;
    *) wireless - do not remove channels > MHz from "scanlist" if scanning for fixed channel;
    *) wireless - do not send packet back to station-bridge it was received from;
    *) wireless - fixed minor typo in debug logging messages;
    *) wireless - improve WMM priority assignment for packets with internal priority greater than 7;
    *) wireless - improve regulatory compliance with DFS requirements;
    *) wireless - improve signaling of QCA interface capabilities when using /80+80MHz channel width;
    *) wireless - improved system stability on several ac devices (introduced in vbeta36);
    *) wireless - log client signal strength on disconnect;
    *) wireless - renamed "secondary-channel" to "secondary-frequency";
    *) wireless - updated "israel" regulatory domain information;
    *) wireless - updated "united kingdom" regulatory domain information;

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    What's new in (Sep ):

    *) ssh - fixed denial of service;

    What's new in (Apr ):

    *) web proxy - speed up startup;
    *) metarouter - fixed occasional lockups on mipsbe boards;
    *) wireless - update required when using small width channel RB RB9xx
    caveat: update remote end/s before updating AP as both side are required to use new/same version for a link

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Upgrading the RouterOS on MikroTik devices is a simple affair:

  • You check for new firmware;
  • if there is any, review the release notes;
  • download, install and reboot;
  • update the bootloader in a separate step,
  • followed by a second reboot.

All this is usually done in five minutes. So far I never had any issues caused by an RouterOS update.

Which makes you buy more MikroTik gear. The youngster in my home is

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This is a cheap (22 EUR), small wireless router/switch/access point serving my kitchen. Permanently attached nodes are NCD X terminal terminal and the DAB+/FM/Internet/LAN-Media radio .

is supposed to replace the small cisco switch lab there but, as of now, they all still share the window sill:

kitchen switchen

Updates vs. IPv6-only

I have run out of my public IPv4 addresses at home long ago. Because is currently mostly just operating as an access point it doesn't need any layer-3 address except for management. And so it became my first IPv6-only node, without any IPv4 address at all.

This was all fine. Until I tried the first RouterOS upgrade.

As showed the upgrade process will resolve the server name

which apparently would serve both the current and the vintage protocol flavours. The hAP though will first try an IPv4 server, notice that that network is unreachable, and give up. What a shame!

This short-coming is particularly disappointing because the RouterOS can transfer data via IPv6 when asked manually:

D'oh!

Workaround: for RouterOS updates, I temporarily. Do the upgrade dance, and again.

Not nice but there are worse things in life.

Updates vs. Flash Size

Hey, let's just spend fifteen minutes on upgrading all three MikroTik gadgets, I thought around 8pm. When I went into bed, it was around 5am.

The upgrades went without a hitch on the two larger devices, and but on strange things would happen. The "download" step went fine but the "reboot for install" step would end up in the same old package versions as before (), with the download new version () purged from the area. Repeated attempts didn't help.

WLKIKIV, as we say here, and a quick shows the problem:

not enough disk space.

The "hdd" flash memory is indeed much more constrained on :

The size of the stock "combo" release packages is now approaching half of the disk size:

During an upgrade, MikroTik License Archives, both the old and new version have to sit side-by-side on the disk, the filesystem structure needs some space, the config needs some space, the official documentation is asking for 2 MB spare capacity. After this download though I was down to the last 44 KB(!) on the disk.

A few months ago, in the same situation, I found a surplus support-dump I could delete to gain enough breathing space. No such luck tonight.

With the current RouterOS "Stable" images, things have now simply become too tight for a stock "hAP lite" and similar devices. without much extra config/data on its flash medium to upgrade to newer stock RouterOS versions. To be frank, this is major surprise if not a disgrace.

Me vs. the Web Forum

The official RouterOS documentation doesn't address this MikroTik License Archives I dived into the "community support". I simply hate sifting through web fora, no matter which ones, MikroTik License Archives. It took hours.

Yes, I was not the only one with the problem. There were messages about the problem without any followup at all; there were quite a handful of wrong explanations; there was even a bit of ad-hominem and mud-slinging.

It did pointed me to the proper solution though:

By default, have their software installed from a "combined routeros package" which contains a selection of individual feature packages. It should MikroTik License Archives happen but the combined package can become to big for smaller platforms. You have then to switch over to deal with the packages individually, selecting you own mix.

The Solution

My first idea was to delete a few of the packages which I currently don't use in order to create the space for the complete new kit.

Turns out that you cannot anything when everything comes from the "combined routeros".

The only way forward is this:

  1. Make an extra backup of your configuration beyond of what the automatic reboot/reset backup is providing. The commands are simple and the demands on precious flash space are small:

  2. Download the "Extra packages" kit matching your hardware from arenaqq.us

    This kit does not contain just "extra" packages for the more obscure features as the title suggests to me. Instead, MikroTik License Archives, the filename is much more appropriate:. This zip contains the ten packages which comprise the "combined" = "Main" package (=), and only three extra pkgs:. (A full listing is below.)

  3. Download this .zip archive elsewhere and extract the .npk packages.

  4. Use scp, MikroTik License Archives, ftp or RouterOS' to copy a subset of the packages into the MikroTik License Archives for installation. Everybody needs the package which weighs in with MB alone. Another essential package for me is ( KB) to be able to access/manage the hAP-lite at all. might be that thing for you, and in that case you also need ( + = KB). And since is also required for access, I used that, too. These four pkgs already total at 6+ MB, enough to get nervous.

  5. Reboot to install these packages.

  6. You only get the few selected new packages.

    All packages/features from the old version get removed. The result is not a mix of old and updated packages.

    Your new reduced feature set will load your old configration as much as possible. Settings for now missing features will be lost. For example, without the pkg, MikroTik License Archives, I lost my WLAN definition.

    Luckily, MikroTik License Archives, you didn't skip the the first step, saving your config, did you?

  7. With the old version's packages gone, you have now plenty of disk space for the other new packages. Install as much as you want by copying them to the area and rebooting.

  8. With all wanted new packages in place, you can now reload your configuration:

    or

    As of now I haven't figured out which is better in which case. I suppose that either would do for me.

I believe you can choose between these two strategies:

  • Exercise some restraint and aim at "below 7 MB for everything", so that future upgrades are completely painless. The standard process should download only those packages you have in use.

    In my case, this would be: system, ipv6, wireless, MikroTik License Archives, security, dhcp. As of now, MikroTik License Archives, this already totals in bytes aka MiB. Hrrmmm

  • If you prefer a "all packages" setup, you will have to go through the "update to/with minimal package set / add extras later" on every single update. The only ease is that you can get rid of ballast before doing the upgrade: will now work. You can then do the (minimal) upgrade and re-add non-minimal packages afterwards. Again, this requires the download of the "Extras" .zip-file. And, MikroTik License Archives, of course, the backup of your configuration.

I am wondering how all this will pan out for me, MikroTik License Archives. I'll try to automate the "all packages" updates, i.e. the second approach.

Summary

For reference, here is my current installation and sizes of the corresponding all_packages:

The 22,- EUR are dirt cheap but my time isn't. Automating the the "all packages" updates will certainly be a worthwile learning experience.

How about 44,- EUR for a non-lite hAP? Or a 50,- hAP ac lite? Flash is still sized at 16MiB but you can add a USB stick. Would that help? I couldn't find any statements on this in the manual or product brochures.

If not, MikroTik License Archives, then the entire hAP/cAP/wAP range of "16 MB Flash" MikroTik products does not really have a future in the "Stable" RouterOS track for consumers. MikroTik must resolve this issue somehow.

The RBUi-2HnD comes at 80,- EUR and with MiB NAND storage. This would definitely remove the upgrade pains albeit at a noticeable price increase.

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We need certificates for specific VPN technologies, including Microsoft SSTP and OpenVPN tunnels. For small installations, we will use the self-signed CA infrastructure. Moreover, this process is the same regardless how we obtain those certificates.

The procedure described here is the same for any version of Mikrotik RouterOS, from to We can work from the command line or from WinBox GUI.

(Update ) If you need instructions for other platforms, you can check the following documents:

 

What we need?

Our list of the ingredients is very short. We need:

  • A CA root certificate
  • A private (device) certificate
  • A key for the private certificate

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We will never use a private key for the root CA certificate. It is sensitive and we never share it. More importantly, MikroTik License Archives, if we are working with a third party CA root certificate we will never have access to it.

We need to upload those files on the router; we can utilize the Mikrotik WinBox built-in file transfer capability or FTP session MikroTik License Archives the router.

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Importing from the command line

If you prefer to work from the command line or if working over a slow link, you can finish the whole job with a few commands. I will import in this example the root CA Utility tool Archives s from the command line.

Command for importing certificates is:

certificate import file-name=arenaqq.us

where the arenaqq.us is the name of the certificate we need to import. In our case that name is arenaqq.us. Therefore, our command will be:

certificate import file-name=arenaqq.us

As we protected our CA certificate with a password (or even better passphrase), we must provide the correct password to enable importing of the certificate. The rest of the process is automatic.

03 - import ca cert from cmd line

However, if something is wrong (format of the file or the password), then the import of the certificate will fail. Therefore, read carefully the response from the command. You should see there that one certificate is imported.

When you want to check for an already installed certificates just type following command:

certificate print

The router will print the list of all installed certificates, MikroTik License Archives. The output can be very confusing as the columns are truncated on predefined widths.

04 - listanje sertifikata

However, even such poor view can be helpful when working with small number of certificates.

 

Importing from the WinBox

We can use the WinBox tool when we want to work more comfortably, MikroTik License Archives. This way we will have more details in the view and we can use the graphical dialogs to perform the whole operation.

Although we are using the certificate command directly from the root in the command line, MikroTik License Archives command is placed in the WinBox inside the System menu.

05 - Sys certs

We can see all the already installed certificates when we open the window for the Certificates service. In our example, we can see the root CA certificate which we have just imported.

06 - WinBox Certificates

As you can see, we can have more details on display and we can adapt the column widths. The name of the certificate is always a combination of the file name, underscore sign and ordinal number. That means that we can have more than one certificate with the same file name and Mikrotik will generate different names for them.

Now we need to import the device certificate. In our example, MikroTik License Archives, this is arenaqq.us. We will click on the button [ Import ] and a new dialog window MikroTik License Archives appear. We have a pull down list with the names of all files found inside the router.

07 - Winbox certs select file 2 import

We will choose our device certificate. Remember that you need to import first the certificate then the key.

Before we go any further, I have a trick question for you. What is wrong with this screenshot? I will provide the answer later.

We chose our certificate from the list. If the certificate hasn’t got the password, you can just click on the [ Import ] button.

08 - import server cert

However, if there is a password and you did not provide it, there will be no error message. Therefore, you will see result in the basic dialog. If our new certificate appears there, then everything is fine.

09 - WinBox certs imported certs

You should see all parameters. The most important one is the Common Name. This name must be correct. We already discussed that in the section about server certificates inside this post.

To have the device handle SSL communications it must also have the private key for its certificate. Therefore, we need to import it. The procedure is the same as with the certificate file. We will MikroTik License Archives the key file from the list, enter the password and click on the button [ Import ].

10 - WinBox certs import key

Oh, yes, the answer. I chose the wrong file in in first place. Instead of the key file (arenaqq.us) I chose the certificate request file (arenaqq.us).

Again, if you did not provide the password or passphrase, the key will not import and there will not be an error message. You must check again the list of the certificates.

11 - WinBox certs private cert decrypted

When the import of the private key is successful, you can see that that certificate will have a letter K in the first column. This letter is short from private Key and indicates that the import was successful.

We can check any certificate’s details; Just open it with a double click.

12 - WinBox certs cert details

We can see all the details we provided during the creation process. Furthermore, we can assign a new name to it, MikroTik License Archives. As this name is the text field, we can type a meaningful name here.

 

Using this certificate

We have our certificate imported and ready to be used. As we mentioned at the beginning of this article, we can use this certificate with some VPN technologies. I will quickly demonstrate association between the device certificate and the SSTP VPN server.

13 - Cert used with SSTP server

As you can see, we chose our server certificate from the drop down list. After this step, we will import at least the root CA certificate on the SSTP client machine and then SSTP VPN can be established between them.

For greater security, we can build a larger CA infrastructure that also includes the client side certificates. We can see on this screenshot that we can force verification of the client side certificates.

Stay tuned.

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*) crs3xx - fixed bridge controller and extender packet forwarding for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
*) dhcp-server - fixed DHCP Option decimal value parsing;
*) discovery - do not send discovery packets on interfaces that are blocked by STP (introduced in v);
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*) supout - added controller bridge section;
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*) user - show "expired password" prompt for users with blank password;
*) winbox - added "fec-mode" parameter under "Interface/Ethernet" menu;
*) winbox - minimal required version is v;
*) wireless - improved system stability when sending packets through interface after L2MTU is increased;

Other changes since v

*) backup - fixed backup file restore (introduced in vbeta);
*) branding - fixed LCD logo loading from branding package when installed via Netinstall;
*) branding - properly clean up old branding files before installing a new one;
*) bridge - added IGMP and MLD querier monitoring;
*) bridge - added IGMP snooping log when multicast table gets full;
*) bridge - fixed external flag in the host table for wireless clients;
*) bridge - improved stability when quickly adding and removing bridge interface;
*) bridge - improved system stability when disabling IGMP/MLD querier port (introduced in vbeta22);
*) chr - fixed OS provisioning on Azure;
*) chr - improved stability when changing "flow-control" settings on interfaces with e drivers;
*) conntrack - increased total connection tracking table size based on installed RAM size;
*) console - require "write+ftp" permissions for executing script to file;
*) console - require "write+ftp" permissions for printing to file;
*) crs3xx - correctly filter packets by L2MTU on 1Gbps Ethernet interfaces for CRS devices;
*) crs3xx - fixed LEDs for QSFP+ interface on CRSS+2Q+ device;
*) crs3xx - fixed SFP and SFP+ link rate reporting (introduced in vbeta11);
*) crs3xx - fixed default MAC address calculation on management Ethernet for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
*) crs3xx - fixed interface flow control;
*) crs3xx - fixed jumbo frame forwarding for CRS devices (introduced in vbeta36);
*) crs3xx - fixed packet forwarding on 1Gbps Ethernet interfaces for CRS devices (introduced in vbeta44);
*) crs3xx - improved QSFP+ linking and mode changing for CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
*) crs3xx - improved packet transmit on SFP+ interfaces;
*) crs3xx - improved switch resource allocation for CRS, CRS, CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
*) crs3xx - improved system stability when learning MDB and FBD entries for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices (introduced in vbeta44);
*) defconf - apply default configuration from branding package when performing reset with button;
*) defconf - removed overlapping IPv6 firewall rules;
*) defconf - use router as DNS server for DHCP hosts;
*) dhcpv4-server - reset lease's dynamic "bcast" flag on packets from relay;
*) dhcpv6-server - check if pool name has changed from RADIUS on renew;
*) dhcpv6-server - improved dynamic server entry update;
*) firewall - fixed "ingress-priority" matcher;
*) firewall - fixed GRE protocol packets considered invalid when PPTP helper is disabled;
*) gps - improved interface monitoring;
*) health - added "phy-temperature" sensor monitoring for CRS device;
*) health - improved temperature reporting;
*) ike2 - added support for ASN.1 DN "my-id" value setting for initiators;
*) ike2 - check if TS is still valid after obtaining SPI;
*) ike2 - fixed initiator packet retransmit with DDOS cookie;
*) ipsec - MikroTik License Archives SA update by SPI;
*) ipsec - improved system stability on CHR;
*) ipsec - improved system stability on MMIPS devices;
*) kid-control - improved IPv6 firewall rule generation;
*) leds - fixed LTE LED default mapping for wAP R MikroTik License Archives LTE kit;
*) lora - added additional predefined network servers;
*) lora - added channel plan "il" for Israel;
*) lora - fixed "PULL_DATA" token generation;
*) m33g - improved support for "/system gpio" menu ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
*) m33g - removed pins from "/system gpio" menu;
*) mipsbe - improved booting speed on non-NAND devices ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
*) mpls - allow to disable FastPath (CLI only);
*) mqtt - added server name indication;
*) netinstall - fixed lock file persistence after reinstall;
*) netinstall - improved bootp packet handling on Linux netinstall-cli version when multiple NIC's are present;
*) netinstall - require Netinstall version to be the same or newer as "factory-software";
*) ntp - use correct IPv6 multicast group for SNTP client;
*) package - always allow to uninstall package even if there is no free disk space left;
*) poe - fixed PoE out functionality on CRS (introduced in vbeta22);
*) poe - update PoE firmware only on devices that supports it;
*) ppp - improved stability when receiving bogus response on modem channel;
*) qsfp - improved system stability when MikroTik License Archives unsupported link rates;
*) rb - fixed miniPCI-e card detection (introduced in vbeta11);
*) routerboard - fixed "reformat-hold-button-max" validation for values below 10s;
*) sfp - added "sfp-rate-select" setting (CLI only);
*) sfp - fixed GPON module linking (introduced in v);
*) sfp - improved 25Gbps optical module stability and linking;
*) sfp - improved SFP, SFP+, MikroTik License Archives, SFP28 and QSFP+ interface stability for CRS3xx and CCR devices;
*) sfp - improved link stability for 10G, 25G and 40G modules on CRS, CRS, CRSS+2Q+ CRS and CCR devices;
*) sfp28 - changed FEC auto mode to disabled;
*) snmp - added "engine-id" OID support;
*) snmp - fixed "ipNetToMediaType" OID for incomplete entries;
*) ssh - fixed "undo" functionality;
*) supout - print detailed list MikroTik License Archives active user sessions;
*) switch - fixed (R/M)STP port blocking right before switching them in HW bridge (fixes possible packet loop when changing bridge settings);
*) switch - improved packet transmit between CPU and 98PX for CCRGS+2XS device;
*) swos - fixed "static-ip-address" parameter;
*) trclient - added "X_MIKROTIK_LinkDowns" parameter for interface "link-downs" value reporting;
*) trclient - added support for Ethernet link speed reporting;
*) trclient - added support for interface comment reporting and editing;
*) trclient - added support for supout file upload;
*) trclient - fixed traceroute diagnostics time values;
*) trclient - improved XML with new-lines for readable output;
*) trclient - improved stability for download/upload diagnostics;
*) upgrade - fixed free space checking on flash type memories when installing new packages;
*) ups - added battery info for APC Back-UPS BXMI;
*) w60g - general stability and performance improvements;
*) w60g - limit power output when using region EU to match EN on nRAY;
*) w60g - use EU region by default;
*) webfig - added support for logo image from branding package;
*) webfig - do not show value units twice;
*) webfig - fixed "Wireless/CAP" menu opening;
*) webfig - fixed interface sorting by name;
*) webfig - show only "Close" button under "Wireless/Wireless Sniffer/Sniffed Packets" menu;
*) winbox - added "dhcp" option to "multicast-helper" setting;
*) winbox - added "interface-speedG" LED type to "System/LEDs" menu;
*) winbox - added "name" and Ableton Live Suite 11.0 Latest Full Version Features parameter when importing and exporting certificates;
*) winbox - added "sfp-shutdown-temperature" setting to SFP interfaces;
*) winbox - added SSH settings under "IP/SSH" menu;
*) winbox - added TFTP settings under "IP/TFTP/Settings" menu;
*) winbox - allow setting MCS () to 4x4 Wireless interfaces;
*) winbox - do not allow to add/remove W60G interfaces;
*) winbox - do not allow to set empty "init-string" field under "System/GPS" menu;
*) winbox - do not show "GPS antenna" selection for devices without selection support;
*) winbox - fixed "Secondary Frequency" parameter setting under "CAPsMAN/Channel" menu;
*) winbox - fixed DNS "cache-size" parameter setting;
*) winbox - fixed health reporting on RB, hEX, hEX S and hAP ac3 devices;
*) winbox - fixed order of weekdays under "IP/Firewall" menu;
*) winbox - fixed support for "Delegated-IPv6-Prefix" for PPP services;
*) winbox - match "MAC Protocol-Num" predefined values under "Bridge/Filters" menu;
*) winbox - properly show "CRL Signature" field under "System/Certificate" menu;
*) winbox - separated CCQ Tx and Rx values in their own unique columns;
*) winbox - show "System/Health/Settings" only on boards that have configurable values;
*) winbox - show "current-channel" column by default for CAP interfaces;
*) winbox - show IPv6 address in separate field under "IP/Cloud" menu;
*) wireless - added U-NII-2 support for US and Canada country profiles for hAP ac lite;
*) wireless - added override for multicast-to-unicast translation of DHCP traffic;
*) wireless - do not remove channels > MHz from "scanlist" if scanning for fixed channel;
*) wireless - do not send packet back to station-bridge it was received from;
*) wireless - fixed minor typo in debug logging messages;
*) wireless - improve WMM priority assignment for packets with internal priority greater than 7;
*) wireless - improve regulatory compliance with DFS requirements;
*) wireless - improve signaling of QCA interface capabilities when using /80+80MHz channel width;
*) wireless - improved system stability on several ac devices (introduced in vbeta36);
*) wireless - log client signal strength on disconnect;
*) wireless - renamed "secondary-channel" to "secondary-frequency";
*) wireless - updated "israel" regulatory domain information;
*) wireless - updated "united kingdom" regulatory domain information;

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    neitzels irrelevant irregular intarweb notes

    Upgrading the RouterOS on MikroTik devices is a simple affair:

    • You check for new firmware;
    • if there is any, review the release notes;
    • download, install and reboot;
    • update the bootloader in a separate step,
    • followed by a second reboot.

    All this is usually done in five minutes. So far I never had any issues caused by an RouterOS update.

    Which makes you buy more MikroTik gear. The youngster in my home is

    arenaqq.us

    This is a cheap (22 EUR), small wireless router/switch/access point serving my kitchen. Permanently attached nodes are NCD X terminal terminal and the DAB+/FM/Internet/LAN-Media radio .

    is supposed to replace the small cisco switch lab there but, as of now, they all still share the window sill:

    kitchen switchen

    Updates vs. IPv6-only

    I have run out of my public IPv4 addresses at home long ago. Because is currently mostly just operating as an access point it doesn't need any layer-3 address except for management. And so it became my first IPv6-only node, without any IPv4 address at all.

    This was all fine. Until I tried the first RouterOS upgrade.

    As showed the upgrade process will resolve the server name

    which apparently would serve both the current and the vintage protocol flavours. The hAP though will first try an IPv4 server, notice that that network is unreachable, and give up. What a shame!

    This short-coming is particularly disappointing because the RouterOS can transfer data via IPv6 when asked manually:

    D'oh!

    Workaround: for RouterOS updates, I temporarily . Do the upgrade dance, and again.

    Not nice but there are worse things in life.

    Updates vs. Flash Size

    Hey, let's just spend fifteen minutes on upgrading all three MikroTik gadgets, I thought around 8pm. When I went into bed, it was around 5am.

    The upgrades went without a hitch on the two larger devices, and but on strange things would happen. The "download" step went fine but the "reboot for install" step would end up in the same old package versions as before (), with the download new version () purged from the area. Repeated attempts didn't help.

    WLKIKIV, as we say here, and a quick shows the problem:

    not enough disk space.

    The "hdd" flash memory is indeed much more constrained on :

    The size of the stock "combo" release packages is now approaching half of the disk size:

    During an upgrade, both the old and new version have to sit side-by-side on the disk, the filesystem structure needs some space, the config needs some space, the official documentation is asking for 2 MB spare capacity. After this download though I was down to the last 44 KB(!) on the disk.

    A few months ago, in the same situation, I found a surplus support-dump I could delete to gain enough breathing space. No such luck tonight.

    With the current RouterOS "Stable" images, things have now simply become too tight for a stock "hAP lite" and similar devices. without much extra config/data on its flash medium to upgrade to newer stock RouterOS versions. To be frank, this is major surprise if not a disgrace.

    Me vs. the Web Forum

    The official RouterOS documentation doesn't address this problem.

    Grudgingly I dived into the "community support". I simply hate sifting through web fora, no matter which ones. It took hours.

    Yes, I was not the only one with the problem. There were messages about the problem without any followup at all; there were quite a handful of wrong explanations; there was even a bit of ad-hominem and mud-slinging.

    It did pointed me to the proper solution though:

    By default, have their software installed from a "combined routeros package" which contains a selection of individual feature packages. It should not happen but the combined package can become to big for smaller platforms. You have then to switch over to deal with the packages individually, selecting you own mix.

    The Solution

    My first idea was to delete a few of the packages which I currently don't use in order to create the space for the complete new kit.

    Turns out that you cannot anything when everything comes from the "combined routeros".

    The only way forward is this:

    1. Make an extra backup of your configuration beyond of what the automatic reboot/reset backup is providing. The commands are simple and the demands on precious flash space are small:

    2. Download the "Extra packages" kit matching your hardware from arenaqq.us

      This kit does not contain just "extra" packages for the more obscure features as the title suggests to me. Instead, the filename is much more appropriate: . This zip contains the ten packages which comprise the "combined" = "Main" package (=), and only three extra pkgs: , , . (A full listing is below.)

    3. Download this .zip archive elsewhere and extract the .npk packages.

    4. Use scp, ftp or RouterOS' to copy a subset of the packages into the area for installation. Everybody needs the package which weighs in with MB alone. Another essential package for me is ( KB) to be able to access/manage the hAP-lite at all. might be that thing for you, and in that case you also need ( + = KB). And since is also required for access, I used that, too. These four pkgs already total at 6+ MB, enough to get nervous.

    5. Reboot to install these packages.

    6. You only get the few selected new packages.

      All packages/features from the old version get removed. The result is not a mix of old and updated packages.

      Your new reduced feature set will load your old configration as much as possible. Settings for now missing features will be lost. For example, without the pkg, I lost my WLAN definition.

      Luckily, you didn't skip the the first step, saving your config, did you?

    7. With the old version's packages gone, you have now plenty of disk space for the other new packages. Install as much as you want by copying them to the area and rebooting.

    8. With all wanted new packages in place, you can now reload your configuration:

      or

      As of now I haven't figured out which is better in which case. I suppose that either would do for me.

    I believe you can choose between these two strategies:

    • Exercise some restraint and aim at "below 7 MB for everything", so that future upgrades are completely painless. The standard process should download only those packages you have in use.

      In my case, this would be: system, ipv6, wireless, security, dhcp. As of now, this already totals in bytes aka MiB. Hrrmmm

    • If you prefer a "all packages" setup, you will have to go through the "update to/with minimal package set / add extras later" on every single update. The only ease is that you can get rid of ballast before doing the upgrade: will now work. You can then do the (minimal) upgrade and re-add non-minimal packages afterwards. Again, this requires the download of the "Extras" .zip-file. And, of course, the backup of your configuration.

    I am wondering how all this will pan out for me. I'll try to automate the "all packages" updates, i.e. the second approach.

    Summary

    For reference, here is my current installation and sizes of the corresponding all_packages:

    The 22,- EUR are dirt cheap but my time isn't. Automating the the "all packages" updates will certainly be a worthwile learning experience.

    How about 44,- EUR for a non-lite hAP? Or a 50,- hAP ac lite? Flash is still sized at 16MiB but you can add a USB stick. Would that help? I couldn't find any statements on this in the manual or product brochures.

    If not, then the entire hAP/cAP/wAP range of "16 MB Flash" MikroTik products does not really have a future in the "Stable" RouterOS track for consumers. MikroTik must resolve this issue somehow.

    The RBUi-2HnD comes at 80,- EUR and with MiB NAND storage. This would definitely remove the upgrade pains albeit at a noticeable price increase.

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    netPower Lite 7R

    netPower Lite 7R

    An outdoor reverse PoE switch with Gigabit Ethernet and 10G SFP+ ports.

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    CRSG-4S-IN

    CRSG-4S-IN

    8x Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch, 4x SFP cages, MHz CPU, MB RAM, desktop case, RouterOS L5

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    CSSG-2S+RM

    CSSG-2S+RM

    SwOS powered 24 port Gigabit Ethernet switch with two SFP+ ports in 1U rackmount case

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    CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

    CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

    8x Gigabit Smart Switch, 1x SFP cage, LCD, b/g/n Dual Chain wireless, MHz CPU, MB RAM, Metal desktop case, RouterOS L5, supports V, af/at compliant

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    CRSG-4S+IN

    CRSG-4S+IN

    Five-port desktop switch with one Gigabit Ethernet port and four SFP+ 10Gbps ports

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    netPower 15FR

    netPower 15FR

    An outdoor 18 port switch with 15 reverse PoE ports and SFP. Cut costs, not speed – choose GPEN over GPON!

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    CRSP-4S-IN

    CRSP-4S-IN

    8x Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch with PoE-out, 4x SFP cages, MHz CPU, MB RAM, desktop case, RouterOS L5

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    CRSG-2S+IN

    CRSG-2S+IN

    24 Gigabit ports, 2 SFP+ cages and a desktop case – server room power for your home!

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    CRSG-2S+RM

    CRSG-2S+RM

    24 Gigabit port switch with 2 x SFP+ cages in 1U rackmount case, Dual boot (RouterOS or SwitchOS)

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    CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

    CRSG-1S-2HnD-IN

    24x Gigabit Ethernet layer 3 Smart Switch, 1x SFP cage, LCD, b/g/n Dual Chain wireless, MHz CPU, MB RAM, Metal desktop case, RouterOS L5

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    CRSGS-1S+IN

    CRSGS-1S+IN

    Smart Switch, 1x Gigabit LAN, 10x SFP cages, 1x SFP+ cage, LCD, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, Metal desktop case, RouterOS L5

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    CRSG-8S+IN

    CRSG-8S+IN

    Desktop switch with one Gigabit Ethernet port and eight SFP+ 10Gbps ports

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    netPower 16P

    netPower 16P

    An outdoor 18 port switch with 16 Gigabit PoE-out ports and 2 SFP+. Power all your access points anywhere!

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    CRSCS-4S+RM

    CRSCS-4S+RM

    Smart Switch, 20 x SFP cages, 4 x SFP+ cages, 4 x Combo ports (Gigabit Ethernet or SFP), MHz CPU, MB RAM, 1U rackmount case, Dual Power Supplies, RouterOS L5 or SwitchOS (Dual Boot)

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    CRSP-4S+RM

    CRSP-4S+RM

    24 port Gigabit Ethernet router/switch with four 10Gbps SFP+ ports in 1U rackmount case, Dual Boot and PoE output, W

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    CRSGS+RM

    CRSGS+RM

    Smart Switch, 1 x Gigabit LAN, 16 x SFP+ cages, Dual Core MHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 1U rackmount passive cooling case, Dual Power Supplies

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    CRSG-4S+2Q+RM

    CRSG-4S+2Q+RM

    Best price and best performance on the market – this 48 port switch will rock any setup, including 40 Gbps devices!

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    CRSC+8XG-RM

    CRSC+8XG-RM

    Switch of the future: the first MikroTik product with 10G RJ45 Ethernet ports and SFP+

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    LDF 5

    LDF 5

    Dual chain 5GHz system for long distance links with satellite offset dish antennas

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    SXTsq Lite2

    SXTsq Lite2

    Low-cost small-size 10dBi GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone

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    LDF 2

    LDF 2

    Dual chain GHz system for long distance links with satellite offset dish antennas

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    SXTsq Lite5

    SXTsq Lite5

    Low-cost small-size 16dBi 5GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone

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    DISC Lite5

    DISC Lite5

    Dual chain 21dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna, Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM

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    SXTsq 5 High Power

    SXTsq 5 High Power

    Low-cost High Power small-size 16dBi 5GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone

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    SXTsq 5 ac

    SXTsq 5 ac

    Low-cost small-size 16dBi 5GHz dual chain integrated CPE/Backbone with AC support and Gigabit Ethernet

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    LHG 2

    LHG 2

    Dual chain 18dBi GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna, Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM

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    LDF 5 ac

    LDF 5 ac

    Dual chain 5GHz system with Gigabit Ethernet and ac support for long distance links with satellite offset dish antennas

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    DISC Lite5 ac

    DISC Lite5 ac

    Outdoor 5GHz a/n/ac wireless device with a backfire type 21dBi integrated antenna and Gigabit Ethernet for longer distances

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    Groove 52

    Groove 52

    GHz/5GHz Backbone/CPE, N-male connector

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    LHG 5

    LHG 5

    Dual chain dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna, Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM

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    LHG XL 2

    LHG XL 2

    Dual chain 21dBi GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna for longer distances

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    LHG HP5

    LHG HP5

    Dual chain High Power dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna

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    SXT 2

    SXT 2

    10dbi 60 degree integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, dual chain, Gigabit Ethernet

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    GrooveA 52

    GrooveA 52

    GHz/5GHz AP/Backbone/CPE, N-male connector, includes GHz/5GHz 6dBi Omni Antenna

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    LHG XL HP5

    LHG XL HP5

    Dual chain eXtra Large High Power 27dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna

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    OmniTIK 5

    OmniTIK 5

    dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain, 5xEthernet ports

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    BaseBox 5

    BaseBox 5

    5Ghz integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet

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    BaseBox 2

    BaseBox 2

    Ghz integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet

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    LHG 5 ac

    LHG 5 ac

    Dual chain dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna with AC support and Gigabit Ethernet

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    BaseBox 6

    BaseBox 6

    6GHz integrated AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet

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    OmniTIK 5 PoE

    OmniTIK 5 PoE

    dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain, 5xEthernet ports with PoE output

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    SXT SA5

    SXT SA5

    14dBi integrated Sector AP, 90 degrees beamwidth, Gigabit Ethernet

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    GrooveA 52 ac

    GrooveA 52 ac

    GHz/5GHz AP/Backbone/CPE with ac and Gigabit Ethernet, N-male connector + Omni antenna

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    SXT 6

    SXT 6

    Dual chain 16dBi 26 degree GHz Integrated antenna for licensed band

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    LHG XL 5 ac

    LHG XL 5 ac

    Dual chain Long Range 27dBi 5GHz CPE/Point-to-Point Integrated Antenna with AC support and Gigabit Ethernet

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    mANTBox 2 12s

    mANTBox 2 12s

    GHz degree 12dBi dual polarization sector Integrated antenna with Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, PSU and PoE

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    NetBox 5

    NetBox 5

    ac support for up to Mbits, waterproof enclosure, high output

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    OmniTIK 5 ac

    OmniTIK 5 ac

    dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain with ac support, 5x Gigabit Ethernet ports

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    SEXTANT G

    SEXTANT G

    18dBi integrated CPE/Backbone, Gigabit Ethernet

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    SXT SA5 ac

    SXT SA5 ac

    ac up to Mbit, high output, wide beamwidth sector antenna

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    Metal 52 ac

    Metal 52 ac

    /5GHz software selectable AP/Backbone/CPE with AC support, high TX power, N-male connector, Omni antenna included

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    OmniTIK 5 PoE ac

    OmniTIK 5 PoE ac

    dBi Integrated AP, 5GHz Dual chain with ac support, 5x Gigabit Ethernet ports with PoE-out

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    mANTBox 15s

    mANTBox 15s

    5GHz degree 15dBi dual polarization sector Integrated antenna with Mhz CPU, MB RAM, SFP, PSU and PoE

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    NetMetal 5

    NetMetal 5

    Dual chain 5GHz integrated a/n/ac AP/Backbone/CPE with an additional miniPCI-e slot, 2xRPSMA connectors, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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    NetMetal 5SHP

    NetMetal 5SHP

    Dual chain 5GHz integrated ac AP/Backbone/CPE, 2xRPSMA connectors, high TX power, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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    NetMetal 5 triple

    NetMetal 5 triple

    Triple chain 5GHz integrated ac AP/Backbone/CPE with an additional miniPCI-e slot, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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    mANTBox 52 15s

    mANTBox 52 15s

    A dual-band /5 GHz base station with a powerful built-in sector antenna, PoE support, Gigabit Ethernet and SFP. One powerful package for all your outdoor network needs, perfect for camps, stadiums and parks!

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    QRT 5

    QRT 5

    5GHz AP/Backbone/CPE, dual-chain, Gigabit Ethernet

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    NetMetal 5SHP triple

    NetMetal 5SHP triple

    Triple chain 5GHz integrated ac AP/Backbone/CPE, 3xRPSMA connectors, high power, Gigabit Ethernet, waterproof metal enclosure

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    DynaDish 5

    DynaDish 5

    Dual chain 5GHz a/n/ac QCA, MB RAM, MHz CPU, 25dBi antenna gain

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    DynaDish 6

    DynaDish 6

    Dual chain 25dBi Long Range GHz Integrated antenna for licensed band

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    LHG XL 52 ac

    LHG XL 52 ac

    Extremely powerful dual-band backbone / CPE for long-distance connection without downtime

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    QRT 5 ac

    QRT 5 ac

    Dual chain 5GHz a/n/ac QCA, MB RAM, MHz CPU, 24 dBi antenna gain

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    mANTBox 19s

    mANTBox 19s

    5GHz degree 19dBi dual polarization sector Integrated antenna with Mhz CPU, MB RAM, SFP, PSU and PoE

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    KNOT

    KNOT NEW

    IoT Gateway for the most versatile and cost-effective setups

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    cAP XL ac

    cAP XL ac NEW

    The ceiling AP on steroids! Our bestseller cAP is back – juiced up and stronger than ever. Compared to the previous cAP models, the improved high-gain antenna increases the covered area by up to %!

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    Chateau 5G

    Chateau 5G NEW

    One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with ultra-fast LTE/5G support

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    hAP mini

    hAP mini

    Tiny size home Ghz AP with three LAN ports

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    hAP lite

    hAP lite

    Low cost home wireless AP with dual chain GHz wireless, powered by USB

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    hAP lite TC

    hAP lite TC

    Small home AP with four ethernet ports and a colorful enclosure.

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    mAP lite

    mAP lite

    Tiny size GHz Dual Chain access point with a MHz CPU, 64MB RAM and one Ethernet

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    cAP lite

    cAP lite

    Low-cost dual-chain GHz AP with wall and ceiling enclosure

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    mAP

    mAP

    Dual-Chain GHz micro AP, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, 2xEthernet, PoE out

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    hAP

    hAP

    GHz AP, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support

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    wAP

    wAP

    Small weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a ceiling, wall or pole

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    wAP BE

    wAP BE

    Small weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a ceiling, wall or pole. In black

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    wsAP ac lite

    wsAP ac lite

    In-wall Dual Concurrent GHz / 5GHz wireless access point with three Ethernet ports and telephone jack pass through for hospitality networks

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    cAP

    cAP

    Ceiling AP, Dual-Chain GHz, MHz CPU, RouterOS L4, at/af support

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    hAP ac lite

    hAP ac lite

    Dual-Concurrent /5GHz AP, ac, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support

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    hAP ac lite TC

    hAP ac lite TC

    Dual-Concurrent /5GHz AP, ac, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support, universal tower case

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    RBUi-2HnD

    RBUi-2HnD

    GHz AP with five Ethernet ports and PoE output on port 5. It has a MHz CPU, MB RAM and a USB port.

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    cAP ac

    cAP ac

    Dual-band / 5GHz wireless access point for mounting on a ceiling or wall with two Gigabit Ethernet ports (one with PoE output), ac support and IPsec hardware encryption support

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    hAP ac²

    hAP ac²

    Dual-Concurrent /5GHz AP, a/b/g/n/ac, Five Gigabit Ethernet ports, USB for 3G/4G support, universal tower case and IPsec hardware encryption support

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    wAP R

    wAP R

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE antennas and miniPCI-e slot

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    RBG-2HnD

    RBG-2HnD

    Ghz AP, 5xGigabit Ethernet, USB, MHz CPU, MB RAM

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    wAP ac

    wAP ac

    wAP ac – a small dual-band weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a pole, wall, or the ceiling. The new revision features 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports, enhanced wireless antenna performance, more RAM, and a powerful quad-core CPU!

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    hAP ac³

    hAP ac³

    A wireless dual-band router with 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports and external high gain antennas for more coverage

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    RBUiAS-2HnD-IN

    RBUiAS-2HnD-IN

    GHz AP, 5x Ethernet, 5x Gigabit Ethernet, SFP cage, USB, LCD, PoE output on Eth10, MHz CPU, MB RAM

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    hAP ac

    hAP ac

    Dual concurrent triple chain /5GHz AP, ac/a/n/b/g, Five Gigabit Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, SFP, USB for 3G/4G support or storage

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    Audience

    Audience

    Tri-band (one GHz & two 5 GHz) home access point with meshing technology

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    hAP ac³ LTE6 kit

    hAP ac³ LTE6 kit

    A wireless dual-band router with LTE support and 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports. The right choice for most homes!

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    Chateau LTE12

    Chateau LTE12

    One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with LTE support

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    RBiGS+5HacQ2HnD-IN

    RBiGS+5HacQ2HnD-IN

    Powerful 10xGigabit port router with a Quad-core Ghz CPU, 1GB RAM, SFP+ 10Gbps cage, dual band GHz / 5GHz 4x4 MIMO a/b/g/n/ac wireless and desktop case

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    Audience LTE6 kit

    Audience LTE6 kit

    Tri-band (one GHz & two 5 GHz) home access point with LTE CAT6 support and meshing technology

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    wAP ac

    wAP ac

    wAP ac – a small dual-band weatherproof wireless access point for mounting on a pole, wall, or the ceiling. The new revision features 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports, enhanced wireless antenna performance, more RAM, and a powerful quad-core CPU!

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    Chateau 5G NEW

    One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with ultra-fast LTE/5G support

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    wAP R

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE antennas and miniPCI-e slot

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    SXT R

    dBi 60 degree LTE antenna with 2x Ethernet ports (one with PoE out), WITHOUT LTE modem

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    LtAP mini

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE antennas, two SIM slots, integrated GPS and miniPCI-e slot

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    LHG R

    High gain 21dBI LTE antenna for very remote areas, WITHOUT LTE modem

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    wAP LTE kit

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with International LTE modem

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    wAP LTE kit US

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with United States LTE modem

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    LtAP mini LTE kit

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with International LTE modem, two SIM slots and GPS

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    LtAP mini LTE kit-US

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with United States LTE modem, two SIM slots and GPS

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    SXT LTE kit

    SXT 2G/3G/4G/LTE CPE, 9dBi 60 degree antenna, 2x Ethernet ports (one with PoE out), two SIM, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, enclosure, PoE and PSU (RouterOS L3), International bands

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    SXT LTE kit-US

    SXT 3G/4G/LTE CPE, dBi 60 degree antenna, 2x Ethernet ports (one with PoE out), two SIM, MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, enclosure, PoE and PSU (RouterOS L3), US bands

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    wAP 4G kit

    Small weatherproof wireless access point with LTE modem for bands 3, 7, 20, 31, 41n, 42 and 43

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    wAP R ac

    Small weatherproof Dual Band / 5 GHz wireless access point with LTE antennas and miniPCI-e slot

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    LtAP

    A heavy-duty GHz access point with two miniPCI-e slots, three SIM slots and GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo)

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    SXT LTE6 kit

    The evolution of affordable connectivity in remote areas

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    LDF LTE6 kit

    This outdoor wireless system with a built-in antenna can provide a connection even in the most remote locations. Tiny, powerful, can be used with any satellite TV dish with an offset mount.

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    LHG LTE kit

    LHG 2G/3G/4G/LTE High gain 17dBI CPE for very remote areas, International bands

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    LHG LTE kit-US

    LHG 3G/4G/LTE High gain 17dBI CPE for very remote areas, US bands

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    LHG 4G kit

    LHG 4G/LTE High gain 21dBi CPE for very remote areas, LTE modem for bands 3, 7, 20, 31, 41n, 42 and 43

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    wAP ac LTE kit

    Small weatherproof Dual Band / 5 GHz wireless access point with LTE antennas and modem for International LTE bands 1,2,3,7,8,20,38 and

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    wAP ac 4G kit

    Small weatherproof Dual Band / 5 GHz wireless access point with LTE antennas and modem for International bands 3, 7, 20, 31, 41n, 42 and 43

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    LtAP LTE kit

    A heavy-duty GHz access point with extra miniPCI-e slot, three SIM slots, GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo) and LTE modem for International bands 1,2,3,7,8,20,38 and 40

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    wAP ac LTE6 kit

    Powerful and versatile dual-band wireless access point with CAT6 LTE support

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    LtAP LTE6 kit

    An upgrade of the heavy-duty LTE access point with GPS support

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    LHGG LTE6 kit

    LHGG LTE6 KIT – a great solution for great distances. With Gigabit Ethernet, an upgraded dual-core CPU, a powerful 17 dBi antenna, and a massive heat sink, you can trust the LHGG LTE6 kit to handle any challenge!

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    hAP ac³ LTE6 kit

    A wireless dual-band router with LTE support and 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports. The right choice for most homes!

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    Chateau LTE12

    One router to delight them all – introducing the ultimate home AP with LTE support

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    LtAP LR8 LTE kit

    LtAP LR8 LTE - a compact all-in-one solution with LTE, GPS and wireless support for LoRa® in a rugged heavy-duty case

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    Audience LTE6 kit

    Tri-band (one GHz & two 5 GHz) home access point with LTE CAT6 support and meshing technology

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    SMASMA

    1m SMA male to SMA male cable

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    ACGPSA

    Active GPS antenna for LtAP series products

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    DINrail PRO

    DIN rail mounting bracket for LtAP mini series

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    R11e-LTE-US

    LTE miniPCI-e card for United States frequency bands

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    R11e-LTE

    LTE miniPCI-e card for International bands

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    R11e-4G

    LTE miniPCI-e card for bands 3,7,20,31,41n,42,43

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    R11e-LTE6

    2G/3G/4G/LTE miniPCI-e card with carrier aggregation support (up to Mbps) for bands 1/2/3/5/7/8/12/17/20/25/26/38/39/40/41n

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    PWR-LINE US

    Power adapter with PWR-LINE functionality for microUSB powered MikroTik router (Type A power plug)

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    PWR-LINE AP (EU plug)

    b/g/n WiFi AP with a single Ethernet port and capability to connect to other PWR-LINE devices through the electrical lines in your premises (Type C plug, European)

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    PWR-LINE AP (US plug)

    b/g/n WiFi AP with a single Ethernet port and capability to connect to other PWR-LINE devices through the electrical lines in your premises (Type A plug, US plug)

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    PWR-LINE EU

    Power adapter with PWR-LINE functionality for microUSB powered MikroTik router (Type C power plug)

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    PWR-LINE PRO

    Next level product for even faster power-line connection without long LAN cables

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    TG-BT5-IN NEW

    Indoor Bluetooth tags for the MikroTik KNOT or other IoT asset-tracking/telemetry setups.

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    TG-BT5-OUT NEW

    An outdoor heavy-duty Bluetooth tag for the MikroTik KNOT or other IoT asset-tracking/telemetry setups. Built-in temperature sensors and accelerometer. Cast in industrial grade molds for maximum protection.

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    Omni antenna NEW

    The upgrade of our antenna kit for LoRa® with a dBi Omni antenna for MHz, 1m long SMA cable and mechanical holder for quick and easy mast attachment. Smaller size, increased durability, and added IP66 water resistance.

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    KNOT NEW

    IoT Gateway for the most versatile and cost-effective setups

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    KNOT LR8 kit NEW

    An out-of-the-box MHz IoT Gateway solution for LoRa® technology. For ultimate versatility and cost-effectiveness. The first gateway with a CAT-M interface for LoRa®!

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    KNOT LR9 kit NEW

    An out-of-the-box MHz IoT Gateway solution for LoRa® technology. For ultimate versatility and cost-effectiveness. The first gateway with a CAT-M interface for LoRa®!

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    We need certificates for specific VPN technologies, including Microsoft SSTP and OpenVPN tunnels. For small installations, we will use the self-signed CA infrastructure. Moreover, this process is the same regardless how we obtain those certificates.

    The procedure described here is the same for any version of Mikrotik RouterOS, from to We can work from the command line or from WinBox GUI.

    (Update ) If you need instructions for other platforms, you can check the following documents:

     

    What we need?

    Our list of the ingredients is very short. We need:

    • A CA root certificate
    • A private (device) certificate
    • A key for the private certificate

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    We will never use a private key for the root CA certificate. It is sensitive and we never share it. More importantly, if we are working with a third party CA root certificate we will never have access to it.

    We need to upload those files on the router; we can utilize the Mikrotik WinBox built-in file transfer capability or FTP session with the router.

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    Importing from the command line

    If you prefer to work from the command line or if working over a slow link, you can finish the whole job with a few commands. I will import in this example the root CA certificate from the command line.

    Command for importing certificates is:

    certificate import file-name=arenaqq.us

    where the arenaqq.us is the name of the certificate we need to import. In our case that name is arenaqq.us. Therefore, our command will be:

    certificate import file-name=arenaqq.us

    As we protected our CA certificate with a password (or even better passphrase), we must provide the correct password to enable importing of the certificate. The rest of the process is automatic.

    03 - import ca cert from cmd line

    However, if something is wrong (format of the file or the password), then the import of the certificate will fail. Therefore, read carefully the response from the command. You should see there that one certificate is imported.

    When you want to check for an already installed certificates just type following command:

    certificate print

    The router will print the list of all installed certificates. The output can be very confusing as the columns are truncated on predefined widths.

    04 - listanje sertifikata

    However, even such poor view can be helpful when working with small number of certificates.

     

    Importing from the WinBox

    We can use the WinBox tool when we want to work more comfortably. This way we will have more details in the view and we can use the graphical dialogs to perform the whole operation.

    Although we are using the certificate command directly from the root in the command line, this command is placed in the WinBox inside the System menu.

    05 - Sys certs

    We can see all the already installed certificates when we open the window for the Certificates service. In our example, we can see the root CA certificate which we have just imported.

    06 - WinBox Certificates

    As you can see, we can have more details on display and we can adapt the column widths. The name of the certificate is always a combination of the file name, underscore sign and ordinal number. That means that we can have more than one certificate with the same file name and Mikrotik will generate different names for them.

    Now we need to import the device certificate. In our example, this is arenaqq.us. We will click on the button [ Import ] and a new dialog window will appear. We have a pull down list with the names of all files found inside the router.

    07 - Winbox certs select file 2 import

    We will choose our device certificate. Remember that you need to import first the certificate then the key.

    Before we go any further, I have a trick question for you. What is wrong with this screenshot? I will provide the answer later.

    We chose our certificate from the list. If the certificate hasn’t got the password, you can just click on the [ Import ] button.

    08 - import server cert

    However, if there is a password and you did not provide it, there will be no error message. Therefore, you will see result in the basic dialog. If our new certificate appears there, then everything is fine.

    09 - WinBox certs imported certs

    You should see all parameters. The most important one is the Common Name. This name must be correct. We already discussed that in the section about server certificates inside this post.

    To have the device handle SSL communications it must also have the private key for its certificate. Therefore, we need to import it. The procedure is the same as with the certificate file. We will choose the key file from the list, enter the password and click on the button [ Import ].

    10 - WinBox certs import key

    Oh, yes, the answer. I chose the wrong file in in first place. Instead of the key file (arenaqq.us) I chose the certificate request file (arenaqq.us).

    Again, if you did not provide the password or passphrase, the key will not import and there will not be an error message. You must check again the list of the certificates.

    11 - WinBox certs private cert decrypted

    When the import of the private key is successful, you can see that that certificate will have a letter K in the first column. This letter is short from private Key and indicates that the import was successful.

    We can check any certificate’s details; Just open it with a double click.

    12 - WinBox certs cert details

    We can see all the details we provided during the creation process. Furthermore, we can assign a new name to it. As this name is the text field, we can type a meaningful name here.

     

    Using this certificate

    We have our certificate imported and ready to be used. As we mentioned at the beginning of this article, we can use this certificate with some VPN technologies. I will quickly demonstrate association between the device certificate and the SSTP VPN server.

    13 - Cert used with SSTP server

    As you can see, we chose our server certificate from the drop down list. After this step, we will import at least the root CA certificate on the SSTP client machine and then SSTP VPN can be established between them.

    For greater security, we can build a larger CA infrastructure that also includes the client side certificates. We can see on this screenshot that we can force verification of the client side certificates.

    Stay tuned.

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      What's new in rc2 (Sep ):

      Changes in this release:

      *) bridge - improved controller bridge stability when adding RouterOS v7 port extender;
      *) bridge - improved port extender stability when creating bond interfaces on excluded ports;
      *) crs3xx - fixed bridge controller and extender packet forwarding for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
      *) dhcp-server - fixed DHCP Option decimal value parsing;
      *) discovery - do not send discovery packets on interfaces that are blocked by STP (introduced in v);
      *) sfp - added "sfp-rate-select" setting;
      *) supout - added controller bridge section;
      *) switch - fixed (R/M)STP port blocking right before switching them in HW bridge (fixes possible packet loop when changing bridge settings);
      *) user - added "expired" user status with suggestion to change password (WinBox v required);
      *) user - fixed active user session purging on disconnect;
      *) user - show "expired password" prompt for users with blank password;
      *) winbox - added "fec-mode" parameter under "Interface/Ethernet" menu;
      *) winbox - minimal required version is v;
      *) wireless - improved system stability when sending packets through interface after L2MTU is increased;

      Other changes since v

      *) backup - fixed backup file restore (introduced in vbeta);
      *) branding - fixed LCD logo loading from branding package when installed via Netinstall;
      *) branding - properly clean up old branding files before installing a new one;
      *) bridge - added IGMP and MLD querier monitoring;
      *) bridge - added IGMP snooping log when multicast table gets full;
      *) bridge - fixed external flag in the host table for wireless clients;
      *) bridge - improved stability when quickly adding and removing bridge interface;
      *) bridge - improved system stability when disabling IGMP/MLD querier port (introduced in vbeta22);
      *) chr - fixed OS provisioning on Azure;
      *) chr - improved stability when changing "flow-control" settings on interfaces with e drivers;
      *) conntrack - increased total connection tracking table size based on installed RAM size;
      *) console - require "write+ftp" permissions for executing script to file;
      *) console - require "write+ftp" permissions for printing to file;
      *) crs3xx - correctly filter packets by L2MTU on 1Gbps Ethernet interfaces for CRS devices;
      *) crs3xx - fixed LEDs for QSFP+ interface on CRSS+2Q+ device;
      *) crs3xx - fixed SFP and SFP+ link rate reporting (introduced in vbeta11);
      *) crs3xx - fixed default MAC address calculation on management Ethernet for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
      *) crs3xx - fixed interface flow control;
      *) crs3xx - fixed jumbo frame forwarding for CRS devices (introduced in vbeta36);
      *) crs3xx - fixed packet forwarding on 1Gbps Ethernet interfaces for CRS devices (introduced in vbeta44);
      *) crs3xx - improved QSFP+ linking and mode changing for CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
      *) crs3xx - improved packet transmit on SFP+ interfaces;
      *) crs3xx - improved switch resource allocation for CRS, CRS, CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices;
      *) crs3xx - improved system stability when learning MDB and FBD entries for CRS, CRSS+2Q+ and CRS devices (introduced in vbeta44);
      *) defconf - apply default configuration from branding package when performing reset with button;
      *) defconf - removed overlapping IPv6 firewall rules;
      *) defconf - use router as DNS server for DHCP hosts;
      *) dhcpv4-server - reset lease's dynamic "bcast" flag on packets from relay;
      *) dhcpv6-server - check if pool name has changed from RADIUS on renew;
      *) dhcpv6-server - improved dynamic server entry update;
      *) firewall - fixed "ingress-priority" matcher;
      *) firewall - fixed GRE protocol packets considered invalid when PPTP helper is disabled;
      *) gps - improved interface monitoring;
      *) health - added "phy-temperature" sensor monitoring for CRS device;
      *) health - improved temperature reporting;
      *) ike2 - added support for ASN.1 DN "my-id" value setting for initiators;
      *) ike2 - check if TS is still valid after obtaining SPI;
      *) ike2 - fixed initiator packet retransmit with DDOS cookie;
      *) ipsec - improved SA update by SPI;
      *) ipsec - improved system stability on CHR;
      *) ipsec - improved system stability on MMIPS devices;
      *) kid-control - improved IPv6 firewall rule generation;
      *) leds - fixed LTE LED default mapping for wAP R ac LTE kit;
      *) lora - added additional predefined network servers;
      *) lora - added channel plan "il" for Israel;
      *) lora - fixed "PULL_DATA" token generation;
      *) m33g - improved support for "/system gpio" menu ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
      *) m33g - removed pins from "/system gpio" menu;
      *) mipsbe - improved booting speed on non-NAND devices ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
      *) mpls - allow to disable FastPath (CLI only);
      *) mqtt - added server name indication;
      *) netinstall - fixed lock file persistence after reinstall;
      *) netinstall - improved bootp packet handling on Linux netinstall-cli version when multiple NIC's are present;
      *) netinstall - require Netinstall version to be the same or newer as "factory-software";
      *) ntp - use correct IPv6 multicast group for SNTP client;
      *) package - always allow to uninstall package even if there is no free disk space left;
      *) poe - fixed PoE out functionality on CRS (introduced in vbeta22);
      *) poe - update PoE firmware only on devices that supports it;
      *) ppp - improved stability when receiving bogus response on modem channel;
      *) qsfp - improved system stability when setting unsupported link rates;
      *) rb - fixed miniPCI-e card detection (introduced in vbeta11);
      *) routerboard - fixed "reformat-hold-button-max" validation for values below 10s;
      *) sfp - added "sfp-rate-select" setting (CLI only);
      *) sfp - fixed GPON module linking (introduced in v);
      *) sfp - improved 25Gbps optical module stability and linking;
      *) sfp - improved SFP, SFP+, SFP28 and QSFP+ interface stability for CRS3xx and CCR devices;
      *) sfp - improved link stability for 10G, 25G and 40G modules on CRS, CRS, CRSS+2Q+ CRS and CCR devices;
      *) sfp28 - changed FEC auto mode to disabled;
      *) snmp - added "engine-id" OID support;
      *) snmp - fixed "ipNetToMediaType" OID for incomplete entries;
      *) ssh - fixed "undo" functionality;
      *) supout - print detailed list of active user sessions;
      *) switch - fixed (R/M)STP port blocking right before switching them in HW bridge (fixes possible packet loop when changing bridge settings);
      *) switch - improved packet transmit between CPU and 98PX for CCRGS+2XS device;
      *) swos - fixed "static-ip-address" parameter;
      *) trclient - added "X_MIKROTIK_LinkDowns" parameter for interface "link-downs" value reporting;
      *) trclient - added support for Ethernet link speed reporting;
      *) trclient - added support for interface comment reporting and editing;
      *) trclient - added support for supout file upload;
      *) trclient - fixed traceroute diagnostics time values;
      *) trclient - improved XML with new-lines for readable output;
      *) trclient - improved stability for download/upload diagnostics;
      *) upgrade - fixed free space checking on flash type memories when installing new packages;
      *) ups - added battery info for APC Back-UPS BXMI;
      *) w60g - general stability and performance improvements;
      *) w60g - limit power output when using region EU to match EN on nRAY;
      *) w60g - use EU region by default;
      *) webfig - added support for logo image from branding package;
      *) webfig - do not show value units twice;
      *) webfig - fixed "Wireless/CAP" menu opening;
      *) webfig - fixed interface sorting by name;
      *) webfig - show only "Close" button under "Wireless/Wireless Sniffer/Sniffed Packets" menu;
      *) winbox - added "dhcp" option to "multicast-helper" setting;
      *) winbox - added "interface-speedG" LED type to "System/LEDs" menu;
      *) winbox - added "name" and "file-name" parameter when importing and exporting certificates;
      *) winbox - added "sfp-shutdown-temperature" setting to SFP interfaces;
      *) winbox - added SSH settings under "IP/SSH" menu;
      *) winbox - added TFTP settings under "IP/TFTP/Settings" menu;
      *) winbox - allow setting MCS () to 4x4 Wireless interfaces;
      *) winbox - do not allow to add/remove W60G interfaces;
      *) winbox - do not allow to set empty "init-string" field under "System/GPS" menu;
      *) winbox - do not show "GPS antenna" selection for devices without selection support;
      *) winbox - fixed "Secondary Frequency" parameter setting under "CAPsMAN/Channel" menu;
      *) winbox - fixed DNS "cache-size" parameter setting;
      *) winbox - fixed health reporting on RB, hEX, hEX S and hAP ac3 devices;
      *) winbox - fixed order of weekdays under "IP/Firewall" menu;
      *) winbox - fixed support for "Delegated-IPv6-Prefix" for PPP services;
      *) winbox - match "MAC Protocol-Num" predefined values under "Bridge/Filters" menu;
      *) winbox - properly show "CRL Signature" field under "System/Certificate" menu;
      *) winbox - separated CCQ Tx and Rx values in their own unique columns;
      *) winbox - show "System/Health/Settings" only on boards that have configurable values;
      *) winbox - show "current-channel" column by default for CAP interfaces;
      *) winbox - show IPv6 address in separate field under "IP/Cloud" menu;
      *) wireless - added U-NII-2 support for US and Canada country profiles for hAP ac lite;
      *) wireless - added override for multicast-to-unicast translation of DHCP traffic;
      *) wireless - do not remove channels > MHz from "scanlist" if scanning for fixed channel;
      *) wireless - do not send packet back to station-bridge it was received from;
      *) wireless - fixed minor typo in debug logging messages;
      *) wireless - improve WMM priority assignment for packets with internal priority greater than 7;
      *) wireless - improve regulatory compliance with DFS requirements;
      *) wireless - improve signaling of QCA interface capabilities when using /80+80MHz channel width;
      *) wireless - improved system stability on several ac devices (introduced in vbeta36);
      *) wireless - log client signal strength on disconnect;
      *) wireless - renamed "secondary-channel" to "secondary-frequency";
      *) wireless - updated "israel" regulatory domain information;
      *) wireless - updated "united kingdom" regulatory domain information;

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      What's new in (Sep ):

      *) ssh - fixed denial of service;

      What's new in (Apr ):

      *) web proxy - speed up startup;
      *) metarouter - fixed occasional lockups on mipsbe boards;
      *) wireless - update required when using small width channel RB RB9xx
      caveat: update remote end/s before updating AP as both side are required to use new/same version for a link

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