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Course: MikroTik Traffic Control with LABS

MikroTik Traffic Control with LABS

  • Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App
  • Self-Paced
About this Course

How to control traffic on MikroTik? A question that is always asked by students. If you have a network then you have traffic generated and the Mikrotik Router can control the traffic the way that you want.

For example you can create filter rules to filter the unwanted traffic passing via the router to the router itself. You can use the MikroTik firewall to block all type of attacks such as DOS, Ping flood, Syn Flood etc...

You can also create the QOS so you can classify the bandwidth based on type of traffic they do and you can prioritize important traffic. And much more things you can do with the control of your traffic on the MikroTik Router

In this course I am going to explain about all of these topics and will go in depth in each one of them.

This course will help you to be ready for the MikroTik MTCTCE exam and it will contain a lot of real LAB scenarios to explain in details the best way to make traffic control in your network.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to prepare for the MikroTik MTCTCE exam
  • Engineers who would like to implement traffic control in their network
  • Engineers who want to understand how packet flow works on MikroTik
  • Engineers who want to deploy Firewall using MikroTik Router
  • Engineers who want to deploy QOS on Mikrotik
  • Engineers who wants to understand advanced topics on DHCP and DNS on Mikrotik
Basic knowledge
  • Have a minimum MTCNA knowledge
  • Be familiar with the TCP/IP protol and the OSI model
  • Have a basic experience with MikroTik
What you will learn
  • Understand how to use DNS cache and Static DNS entries in MikroTik
  • Understand what is DHCP Snooping and where to use it
  • Understand in deep how packet flow works in MikroTik
  • Deploy Firewall Filter rules to stop Ping Flood
  • Deploy Firewall Filter rules to stop Syn Flood
  • Deploy Firewall Filter rules to stop DOS Attacks
  • Understand what is the function of Firewall Raw in MikroTik
  • Understand what are the type of NAT in MikroTik (srcnat & dstnat)
  • Understand how you can redirect traffic to the router itself
  • Understand the 5 types of mangle chains and where to use them
  • Understand the difference between connection mark and packet mark
  • Understand the different types of QOS queuing available in MikroTik
  • Understand the difference between Committed Information rate (CIR) and Burst traffic
  • Understand how and where to use the priority in QOS
  • Understand the difference between simple queue and Queue tree in MikroTik
  • Know what are the queue types in MikroTik and understand how they work
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 34
Total Duration: 07:00:46
DNS on MikroTik
  • Introduction to DNS on MikroTik  
  • LAB 1 – Configure DNS on the MikroTik Router Part 1  
  • LAB 1 – Configure DNS on the MikroTik Router Part 2  
DHCP on MikroTik: DHCP options, DHCP Snooping & DHCP Relay
  • Introduction to DHCP on MikroTik  
  • LAB 2 – Configure the MikroTik router as a DHCP server with Option 121 - Part 1  
  • LAB 2 – Configure the MikroTik router as a DHCP server with Option 121 - Part 2  
  • LAB 3 - Protect your network with DHCP Snooping  
  • LAB#4 – Configure DHCP relay on MikroTik routers  
How the packets flow in MikroTik
  • Introduction to Packet flow on Mikrotik  
  • How to read the MikroTik Packet Flow sheet  
  • MikroTik Packet flow - Examples  
Firewall on MikroTik - The full story (Filter Rules, Mangle, NAT, RAW)
  • Introduction to the MikroTik Firewall  
  • Overview of the Firewall on the MikroTik RouterOS  
  • LAB #5 - What is the function of the Connection Tracking on the MikroTik Router  
  • What are the connection states availble on the MikroTik RouterOS  
  • LAB #6 – Protect your MikroTik router using connection state in the Firewall  
  • LAB #7 – Use the Firewall to Protect your MikroTik router from Ping/ICMP flood  
  • LAB #8 – Accept important ICMP types in your MikroTik Firewall  
  • LAB #9 – Block Bogon IP addresses on MikroTik Firewall  
  • LAB#10 – Drop port scan attacks using the MikroTik firewall  
  • LAB #11 – Block Syn Flood and DDOS using the MikroTik Firewall  
  • LAB #12 – Use MikroTik RAW firewall to protect your network  
  • LAB #13 – Redirect DNS traffic to the router’s DNS  
  • LAB #14 – Changing the destination address using Dst-nat  
  • LAB 15 – Use Mangle to mark connections and packets  
  • LAB #16 – Use Mangle Hide your router IP address when doing traceroute  
MikroTik Web Proxy
  • Introduction to Web-Proxy on the MikroTik Router  
  • LAB #17 – Configure a transparent web-proxy on the Mikrotik router  
Quality of Service (QOS) on MikroTik using HTB queue trees - The full story
  • Introduction to QOS on MikroTik  
  • Understand how HTB works and what is the function of the priority in the Queue  
  • LAB 18 – Configure HTB queue tree on MikroTik router - Part1  
  • LAB 18 – Configure HTB queue tree on MikroTik router - Part2  
  • Understand the Queue types available on MikroTik (FIFO, SFQ, RED, PCQ)  
  • LAB 19 - Configure PCQ Queue Tree on MikroTik  
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