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  • i4E Team created an article,

    Cloning MikroTik Routers, Quick and Easy

      If you are wanting to configure multiple MikroTik routers with the same configuration, or to copy a config from one router to another, the best way is to use an export.  The export command dumps ...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    Mikrotik reboot alert with false detection checks 2

      Scenario: We have a routerboard which have 2 wan pppoe-outX dialers. Gmail account is configured to send alerts. On the same LAN we have KANNEL sms gateway server which acts as a central sms gate...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    QOS with Mikrotik

    QOS With Mikrotik Following are few scenarios for some examples : Post#1 – PCQ base Bandwidth Management with different bandwidth for DAY / NIGHT / DAYS using TIME feature in Mikrotik Scenario: We...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    Give specific web site assigned Bandwidth on per user basis

    For example you want to limit bandwidth on per user basis for SPECIFIC WEBSITE ONLY. Let’s say 4mb per user for facebook.com The logic is simple.1- First create a script that adds the web site ip t...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    Traffic base priority via Queue Tree in Mikrotik

    Bandwidth Management Fast-Track ! No theory, Just coding … Requirement: We want to restrict  client with 128 kbps. BUT also want to prioritize it based on traffic type. Example … Client-A IP = 101...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    Limit user traffic using PCQ (also useful for Hotspot Bypassed MAC address)

    To limit all users to 512kb epr user, using PCQ, use following script.   /queue type add kind=pcq name=download-512kb pcq-burst-rate=0 pcq-burst-threshold=0 pcq-burst-time=10s...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    How to Set Up a Wireless Router

    When you open that router box for the first time, all the different cables and ports can feel intimidating. Even the instruction manual might read like a foreign language. Fortunately, you’re not t...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    Complete Guide to Extending Your WiFi Network

    The bottom line: before you buy any new hardware, make sure your current router is positioned in the center of the home and not obstructed by walls or furniture. For the average consumer, mesh ext...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    How Much Internet Speed Do I Need?

    Internet speeds in the 100–200 Mbps range are considered to be good, since they can handle common uses like streaming and video chat for 2–5 users at once. Speeds above 200 Mbps and up into the 1,0...

  • i4E Team created an article,

    What Is Latency and Ping?

    Latency and ping refers to the “lag” on your connection. When you visit a website, all the data you see has to travel from a remote server to your computer. The amount of time it takes the reques...