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Using Mikrotik CCR1036 as a Bandwidth manager

Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:53 pm


I have a challenge blocking users that are not on the simple queue from accessing the internet through the Mikrotik simple Queue.

I want to implement a policy such that any IP address that is not on any queue is dropped by the Mikrotik using simple queue.

Can anyone help.

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Re: Using Mikrotik CCR1036 as a Bandwidth manager

Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:41 pm

ros code

add burst-limit=0/0 burst-threshold=0/0 burst-time=0s/0s direction=both disabled=yes limit-at=1k/1k max-limit=1k/1k name=blocked users packet-marks="" parent=none priority=8 queue=default-small/default-small target-addresses=x.x.x.x total-queue=default-small
change x.x.x.x to the users ips that you want to block
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Re: Using Mikrotik CCR1036 as a Bandwidth manager

Mon Sep 15, 2014 4:22 am

queues are matched in-order. If you make the bottom most queue as described above but target then it's will catch everything not already queued above.
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Re: Using Mikrotik CCR1036 as a Bandwidth manager

Tue Sep 23, 2014 2:23 am

Use simple Queues: In routerOS 6.0 theres a lot of improvements for process thousand of simple queues. If you don't want to add a simple queue for every customer just use address list, mangle and queues tree (but QTree don't are improved in the 6.0+). So its better to use simple ques and maybe you could try use mangle with simple queues.

Edit: The problem with the previous configuration its that I didn't figure out how to handle all the connections coming from one IP Address and address list using PCQ with only one Queue Tree or Simple Queue.

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