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It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change The Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change The Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change The Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change The Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change the Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change the Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change the Way of Your Life
It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained.
An Institution That Can Change the Way of Your Life

MikroTik Network Associate

This training is jointly Organized by BITM & Leads Training & Consulting Ltd

By the end of this training session, the student will be familiar with RouterOS software and RouterBOARD products and be able to connect the client to the Internet. He will also be able to configure, manage, do basic troubleshooting of a MikroTik router and provide basic services to clients.

Who are the Target audiences:
  • Network engineers and technicians wanting to deploy and support
  • Corporate networks
  • Client CPEs (WISPs and ISPs

 

 

FEE - Tk 6000

Prerequisite

The student must have a good understanding of TCP/IP and subnetting.

Project Oriented Course

n/a

Course Outline

Title

Objective

 

 

 

Module 1

MikroTik RouterOS Introduction

 

•    MikroTik RouterOS and RouterBOARD;

•    First time accessing the router + LAB;

• Winbox and MAC-Winbox;

• Null Modem cable;

• SSH and Telnet;

•  Setup Internet connection via router + LAB;

• IP address and default gateway;

• DHCP-client;

• NAT masquerade;

•    TCP/IP Basics;

• OSI layers and encapsulation;

• Communication between two network devices;

• IP addresses;

• Networks Masks and Subnets;

•  Upgrade RouterOS + LAB;

• get packages;

• upgrade ways;

• type of packages;

•  Manage RouterOS logins + LAB;

•    Manage RouterOS services;

•  Backup and export/import configuration + LAB;

• save and reload backup;

• edit export file;

•    RouterOS license;

• levels;

• update license + LAB;

•    NTP client configuration;

•    Netinstall + LAB;

• reinstall RouterOS;

• reset RouterOS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 2

MikroTik RouterOS Firewall

•    Firewall principles;

• structure;

• chains and actions + LAB;

•  Firewall Filter in action;

• filter actions;

• filter chains;

• protecting your router (input) + LAB;

• protection your customers (forward) + LAB;

•    RouterOS connection tracking;

• impact on router;

• connection state + LAB;

•  Basic Address-List + LAB;

•    Source NAT;

• actions + LAB;

•    Destination NAT;

• actions;

• DNS cache + LAB;

•    NAT limitations;

 

Module 3

MikroTik RouterOS QoS

 

•    Simple Queue + LAB;

• target-address;

• max-limit and limit-at;

• dst-address;

• bursts;

•  Traffic Prioritization + LAB;

•  Simple Mangle and Tree Queue + LAB;

• mark-connection and mark-packet;

• queue tree;

•  PCQ setup + LAB;

• pcq-rate configuration;

• pcq-limit configuration;

•  Bandwidth Test + LAB;

• client;

• server;

•    Monitoring;

• interface traffic monitor;

• Torch;

• graphs + LAB;

• SNMP;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 4

Mikrotik RouterOS Network Manage- ment

•    ARP + LAB;

• ARP modes;

• RouterOS ARP table;

• DHCP server and client + LAB;

• DHCP client;

• server setup;

• leases management;

• DHCP-server network configuration;

•    HotSpot + LAB;

• setup;

• users;

• walled-garden;

• ip-binding;

• user profiles;

• server profiles;

•    Proxy + LAB;

• setup;

• transparent proxy;

• HTTP firewall;

• HTTP logging;

•    Store;

• format additional disks;

• move services to store;

•    RouterOS tools;

• E-mail;

• Netwatch + LAB;

• Ping, Traceroute;

• Profile (CPU load);

 

Title

 

Objective

 

 

 

Module 5

MikroTik RouterOS Wireless

 

• 802.11a/b/g/n Concepts;

• Bands;

• Frequencies;

• Channels;

• Country regulation;

•  Setup simple wireless link + LAB;

• Access Point configuration;

• Station configuration;

•  MAC-address filtering + LAB;

• default-authentication;

• access-list;

• connect-list;

• default-forwarding;

• Wireless Security and Encryption + LAB;

• WPA-PSK;

• WPA2-PSK;

•  802.11n specific settings + LAB;

• data-rates;

• HT chains;

• HT guard interval;

•  MikroTik wireless protocols + LAB;

• Nstreme usage and configuration;

• Nstreme Dual configuration;

• NV2 (TDMA) configuration;

•    Monitoring Tools;

• Wireless scan;

• Snooper;

• Registration table;

 

Module 6

MikroTik RouterOS Bridging

•  Bridging concepts + LAB;

• bridge overview;

• create bridge;

• add ports to bridge;

•  Bridge wireless networks + LAB;

• WDS modes;

• station-pseudobridge;

•  Bridge Wieless and remote networks + LAB;

• EoIP tunnel;

• VPLS tunnel;

 

Title

 

Objective

 

 

 

Module 7

MikroTik RouterOS Routing

 

• Routing overview;

• routing concepts;

• route table;

• routes abbreviation;

• create routes;

• EIGRP-routing;

• set default gateway + LAB;

• manage dynamic routes;

• implement static routing on simple network + LAB;

• OSPF + LAB;

• enable OSPF;

• implement single-area OSPF;

 

Module 8

MikroTik RouterOS Tunnels

 

• Secure local network;

• point-to-point addresses;

• create PPPoE client on RouterOS/Windows/MacOS + LAB;

• PPPoE service-name;

• create PPPoE server + LAB;

• PPP settings;

• ppp secret + LAB;

• ppp profile + LAB;

• ppp status;

• IP pool;

• create pool;

• manage ranges;

• assign to service;

• Secure remote networks communication + LAB;

• create PPTP(L2TP) client;

• create PPTP(L2TP) server;

• setup routes between networks;

 

 

 

 

 

 

BGP (NON Transitive)

BGP (Transitive) VLAN Configure      

Web site Filter by proxy

Virus Port Block

Idle IP block

IP lock / open

Backup create and restore

MRTG create

MAC restrict

HTB/CBQ.

PCQ Based Queues

Bandwidth Control: Day night package

 

 

 

 

 

Module 9

       VPN Server

       VPN client

       IP Security (IPsec)

  •                          Ethernet Over IP (EOIP)
  •                          GRE Tunnel

                      IPIP Tunnel VPN windows dialer to connect any PC with private IP of head office

 

 

 

 

Module 10

       IP Security (IPsec)

  •                          Ethernet Over IP (EOIP)
  •                          GRE Tunnel

                       IPIP Tunnel VPN windows dialer to connect any PC with private IP of head office

       Load Balance with STP.

       Hotspot solution

       Prepaid Card Pin generate for different speed and different validity

 

 

Module 11

Internet Link Redundancy with fail over:

Load Balance, Bandwidth merge of different ISP with auto fail over,

BGP: routing,Auto redundancy, Load balance with two IIG like BTCL, MANGO, BDIX ( own Real IP and AS number required).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 12

Bandwidth Control in different ways:

a) Normal control per IP/dhcp-user/PPPoE/Hotspot user,

b) Pick-Off pick different speed (like day= 256k, night= 1mb),

c) Brust limit (speed will up-down, like from 128k to 512k: for shared users), d) Equal share in live users(your total bandwidth will equally divided in live users).

e) Dedicate / Shared (Different group but shared user will get idle bandwidth of

dedicate users)

f) Higher Priority for VIP clients (VIP will get given speed confirm, then rest of others)

g) High bandwidth for FTP or Mail service(like 256k for browsing but 1mb for mailing).

h) Slow speed for auto update windows, antivirus or facebook or youtube at

office hour).

i) LAN open speed (Within LAN user/work group/VPN, speed will not control)

j) Ping time will be normal even at bandwidth full consumption. k) Proxy cache files speed will get at high speed like 10/100mbps

l) Department/group  wise parent control with priority, then per user control with priority.

m) and much more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 14

  Router modes details

  Router password types

  What is DTE, DCE & Clock rate

   Router configuration saving and restore

 Lab 03: Cisco Router password Break/reset

    Telnet configuration in Cisco router

 

Autonomous System (AS)

  Distance Vector vs Link State protocol

  Routing Protocol Metric

  Administrative Distance

  Understanding routing table

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 15

  Autonomous System (AS)

  Distance Vector vs Link State protocol

  Routing Protocol Metric

  Administrative Distance

  Understanding routing table

 

     EIGRP Introduction

     EIGRP Metric Calculation

     EIGRP Packet types

     Understanding DUAL Algorithm

     Understanding EIGRP AS no

     Feasible Distance & Advertise Distance in EIGRP

     EIGRP Routing tables details

     LAB 09: Configure Basic EIGRP with IPv4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 16

     OSPF algorithm & Theory

     OSPF metric concept and calculation

     OSPF router types and priority

     Wildcard Mask Introduction

     LAB 11: OSPFv2 using Single Area

     LAB 12: OSPFv3 using Single Area

     OSPF database types and verify

     Verify and Troubleshoot OSPF configuration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 17

     Virtual LAN (VLAN) Introduction

     Benifits of VLAN

     Types of VLAN

     Static and Dynamic VLAN

     Access Link and Trunk Link

     Trunking Protocol

     LAB 20: Inter-VLAN Routing with Router

     VTP Introduction

     Lab 21: VTP Configuration

 

 

Module 18

Make  a professional FTP server and  proxy server.

Mkrotik :

 

       VPN Server

       VPN client

       IP Security (IPsec)

                         Ethernet Over IP (EOIP)

                         GRE Tunnel

IPIP Tunnel VPN windows dialer to connect any PC with private IP of head office

 

2 class need to other problem or required

Used Tools

This will be discussed during the session

COURSE SUMMARY

Course Duration : 12 Days
Total Hour : 35 Hours
Number of Batch : 1 Batch

Application Last Date : 13 February, 2017

Class Schedule

Day & Time : Monday 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
: Thursday 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Duration : 3 per class

Project:

This will be discussed during the session


Certificate:

Certificate will be given after the course completion