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resnik
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Review my setup before I deploy it

Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:29 pm

Hi,

this is first time I'm using Mikrotik, and I also have some past experience with UBNT gear, but I decided to go with something new this time.

The setup layout is attached, If I should use any other product, please let me know :)
Just hope that transparent bridge for TV is not gonna give me any problems
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Re: Review my setup before I deploy it

Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:15 pm

Hi,

this is first time I'm using Mikrotik, and I also have some past experience with UBNT gear, but I decided to go with something new this time.

The setup layout is attached, If I should use any other product, please let me know :)
Just hope that transparent bridge for TV is not gonna give me any problems
Mikrotik setup.pdf
welcome to world of MikroTik, this is your smart decision to use MikroTik instead of UBNT. you will get more flexibility and more power. your attach diagram seems OK.
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Re: Review my setup before I deploy it

Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:40 am

why not connect home modem straight into RB2011UAS-RM?
 
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Re: Review my setup before I deploy it

Mon Sep 30, 2013 2:17 pm

Remote location for management, but modem supports one dynamic and one static ip for wan. So i will use static ip to access management website, while dynamic will be used for internet. I don't need VPN in this case.
 
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Re: Review my setup before I deploy it

Tue Oct 01, 2013 10:14 pm

Remote location for management, but modem supports one dynamic and one static ip for wan. So i will use static ip to access management website, while dynamic will be used for internet. I don't need VPN in this case.
you need one static IP for VPN also!!!
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Re: Review my setup before I deploy it

Thu Oct 10, 2013 9:40 pm

Ok, I got my RB2011 installed, and sextant G also (I think).

Used default settings, so Ethernet1 is used as DHCP WAN port, and I configured Ethernet2 as static WAN port, incoming ports on Ethernet1 are blocked, and I configured Ethernet2, so I can remotely access and configure the unit, so far everything is working as intended :)

Now I wonder if anyone is willing to take a look at my configuration, if its OK?

As for sextant G, I think I did something wrong, as I can't seem to pickup the signal with other antenna, even from near :?
 
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Re: Review my setup before I deploy it

Fri Oct 18, 2013 2:29 am

Got most of the stuff up and running :D

But I do have a question, what wireless protocol to use for PTP link? At the moment I'm using nv2, distance between sites is 4km, 100/10Mbit uplink. Also, what wireless protocol use for the omnitik?

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