Hello Everyone, in this tutorial I’ll discuss about basic configuration Routing RIP on Mikrotik. RIP are include in Distance Vector Protocol and had two version that is Rip-v1 and Rip-v2. The differential between RIP-v1 and RIP-v1 that are RIP-v1 is not support for CIDR and VLSM, running in broadcast network for routing update. While RIP-v2
In preceding tutorial I’m has been explain about Static Routing , and then I’ll explain about dynamic routing protocol. Different with static routing that are do configuration manually, on dynamic routing the configuration in a manner automatically. This configuration useful if your network have become to bigger network that are has a more of router. In
On the previously of article (How To Configure VLAN on Mikrotik ), I’m have explained about how to configure vlan and on this article I’ll to explain vlan tag stacking. Tag stacking that are method used for makes or running vlan in another vlan (vlan tag package above vlan tag before regardless type of vlan
VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) is a featur that can be used for create some virtual lan in one physical interface. Most using in cloud service, ISP or to purpose network path separation in one physical switch device, Configure wireless/Capsman and much more. vlan have a limitation only until 4096 vlan interface. Have some terms
In Preceding tutorial, I have discussed about basic configuration and concept of static routing and in this tutorial I will explain about static routing concept using 3 routers. for doing static routing using 3 router have same concept with static routing 2 router, and you must do routing for all network which’s owned by each
INTRODUCTION Routing on the network is a way used to do for exchages data packets between different networks. running on layer 3 (network layer) which run on router device. Routing is divided into two, namely is static routing and dynamic routing. In this tutorial i will explain about static routing concept and implementation on Mikrotik.