MikroTik CRS Switch Trunk and Access Port Quick and Dirty

MikroTik CRS Switch Trunk and Access Port Quick and Dirty

This is just a quick primer on creating a switch config with a trunk port and access ports.  More details can be found in my book "RouterOS by Example SecondEdition" by Steve Discher available here:

http://www.ispsupplies.com/ISP-Services-LMT-B2

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