Every router is factory pre-configured with the IP address 192.168.88.1/24 on the ether1 port. KKK KKK RRR RRR OOOOOO TTT III KKK KKK MikroTik RouterOS 3.16 (c

ether1 interface to Internet, IP 10.23.10.66/30; 2 thoughts on “ Mikrotik Multiple IP addresses in one interface ” munif says: PERTAMAX! Reply. 27 August 2015 [admin@MikroTik] > /ip service print Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid # NAME PORT ADDRESS CERTIFICATE 0 XI telnet 23 1 ftp 21 2 www 80 3 ssh 22 4 XI www-ssl 443 none 5 api 8728 6 winbox 8291 7 api-ssl 8729 none MikroTik Traffic Flow Configuration •/ip traffic-flow set •#Settings for the exporter •interfaces=bridgeWiFi •#interfaces which will be used to gather statistics for traffic-flow •cache-entries=2k •#flows which can be in router's memory simultaneously •active-flow-timeout=30m •#maximum life-time of a flow •inactive-flow We just configured a Mikrotik with multiple WAN IP addresses NAT'd to different internally IP addresses. All seems to be working well besides 1. Some users are experiencing drastic slow down on the internet. Speed test gives them 1 to 2mbps and for some, it's at 75mbps. Maybe we missed a setting?

MikroTik Traffic Flow Configuration •/ip traffic-flow set •#Settings for the exporter •interfaces=bridgeWiFi •#interfaces which will be used to gather statistics for traffic-flow •cache-entries=2k •#flows which can be in router's memory simultaneously •active-flow-timeout=30m •#maximum life-time of a flow •inactive-flow

ipsec ike remote name 1 mikrotik key-id: ip tunnel tcp mss limit auto: tunnel enable 1: ipsec auto refresh on: ip route 192.168.88.0/24 gateway tunnel 1: Filter settings:

the part of "Configure the router to route traffic to that public IP to the server's internal IP" - Where I do this on mikrotik? ip > routes ? – valter Jan 24 '13 at 21:49 Yes, it's just a single static route.

ether1 interface to Internet, IP 10.23.10.66/30; 2 thoughts on “ Mikrotik Multiple IP addresses in one interface ” munif says: PERTAMAX! Reply. 27 August 2015