MikroTik dual boot lets you choose between SwOS and RouterOS
Beginning with MikroTik CRS3xx series due this summer, you will have the opportunity to choose which operating system you prefer to use, RouterOS or SwOS. If you prefer to have a simplified switch only OS with more switch specific features, use SwOS. If you are used to Winbox and would like the ability to use routing and other Layer 3 features on some ports in your CRS, you can boot RouterOS. You will be able to select the desired operating system from RouterOS, from SwOS or from the RouterBOOT loader settings.
Using MikroTik LHG as a UE With a Baicells eNodeB
If you want to use a MikroTik LHG CPE as a UE with your Baicells eNodeB, this blog post explains how. Also shown is the tricky nature of inserting the SIM Card in the LHG. LEARN MORE
Common Error with Simple Queues in MikroTik RouterOS
Simple Queues don’t work properly... I have heard this more than once, my MikroTik RouterOS Simple Queues don't work properly. In a simple queue, “target” option is the only option that determines the flow direction of a simple queue. Since the ...
How to Upgrade MikroTik Software
It is suggested to always keep your RouterOS installation up to date, MikroTik always keeps adding new functionality and improving performance and stability by releasing updates. RouterOS versions are numbered sequentially, when a period is used to ...
MikroTik RouterOS Default Wireless WPA2 Key
Here is one that caught me by surprise and several of our customers as well. MikroTik's default configuration for devices with wireless has changed. There is now WPA/WPA2 security on the wireless connection. You will need to enter the serial number ...
Mikrotik Mass Updater
I converted an old perl backup utility written by Phillip Hutchison that was on the Mikrotik forums to make it a mass update utility for Mikrotik. There are 2 versions (Link is at bottom) version1 - "massupdater.pl" that uses only 1 username and ...