September 1, 2017
August 9, 2017
July 1, 2017
It is common for administrators to think that their routers are safe because they have used a secure password. This may be true partially, “prevention is usually better than cure”, so it is important to prevent user from accessing your routers logon prompt. If your router gets compromised then your entire network is vulnerable and
June 17, 2017
Since the release of Routeros 6.39, the P2P feature has been removed from the mangle & firewall rules. Therefore, the only way to filter BitTorrent traffic now is to use the layer7 protocol. The code below along with the firewall filter rule will allow you to identify users who are BitTorrenting on you network.
June 13, 2017
Here is code that you will need to create the Layer 7 regex: [crayon-61f01118b2507084544408/]
June 7, 2017
As social media use has risen, so has its abuse among employees. More than 70 percent of businesses have had to take disciplinary action against employees for misusing social media, and more than 80 percent of employers anticipate such misuse will become an even bigger issue in the future. There are different ways to block
June 3, 2017
In this tutorial, I will show you how to isolate LAN & WiFi Clients.
May 26, 2017
In this tutorial, I will show you how to configure Port Forwarding.
May 20, 2017
Network firewalls keep outside threats away from sensitive data available inside the network. Whenever different networks are joined together, there is always a threat that someone from outside of your network will break into your LAN. Such break-ins may result in private data being stolen and distributed, valuable data being altered or destroyed, or entire
May 18, 2017
You have upgraded to RouterOs 6.39.x and now your P2P mangle rules are no longer working. This issue is caused by MikroTik removing the P2P option/field from the mangle rules. There explanation is that this method of matching P2P traffic is obsolete. The image above shows what the error looks like. To fix this