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How to use external open source caching server

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Sometimes admin appetite to ascendancy users HTTP requests through custmized ACL's or added scripts. Mikrotik can be acclimated as PPPoE server area all PPPoE or audience on 192.168.0.0/23 arrangement are affiliated with Mikrotik anon through LAN. Mikrotik with 3 interfaces LAN (for clients) WAN (for Internet) eth1 (for Squid)
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SquidSquid accept 2 blazon of networks LAN IP Abode 192.168.100.1/24 after any aperture or avenue address. Just for LAN connectivity with Mikrotik eth1 with 192.168.100.2/24 IP Address PPPoE conection for Internet through Mikrotik 'but' altered IP Abode 192.168.12.2 (normal audience IP abode 192.168.0.0/23)

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Squid Internet access is working

nano bridge Setting up MikroTik RouterOS

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Downloading and Installing the MikroTik RouterOS™ The download and accession action of the MikroTik RouterOS™ is declared in the afterward diagram: 1. Download the basal accession annal file. Depending on the adapted media to be acclimated for installing the MikroTik RouterOS™ amuse chose one of the afterward annal types for downloading: ISO angel of the accession CD, if you accept a CD biographer for creating CDs. The ISO angel is in the MTcdimage_v2-6-x_dd-mmm-yyyy.zip annal book absolute a bootable CD image. The CD will be acclimated for booting up the committed PC and installing the MikroTik RouterOS™ on its hard-drive or flash-drive. MikroTik Deejay Maker, if you appetite to actualize 3.5" accession floppies. The Deejay Maker is a self-extracting annal DiskMaker_v2-6-x_dd-mmm-yyyy.exe file, which should be run on your Win95/98/NT4/2K/XP workstation to actualize the accession floppies. The accession floppies will be acclimated for booting up the committed PC and installing the Mik…

nano bridge how to set up a full-NAT on a Mikrotik RouterOS.

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This bureaucracy allows you to adumbrate (masquerade) your clandestine IP abode from a accessible network. This means, for example, that in your clandestine arrangement you can accept whatever clandestine IP you appetite which is again in about-face translated to the accessible arrangement IP accustomed to you by your arrangement provider. This tutorial can appropriately be acclimated by audience who appetite to affix to a arrangement after acute a change to the centralized IP acclamation of their LAN. Example In the afterward archetype we accept a wireless interface which connects to a accessible wireless arrangement and an Ethernet interface for the bounded clandestine network. Suppose we accept 192.168.1.2/24 (Internal Clandestine Network) Your RouterBoard's Ethernet interface is 192.168.1.1/24 (fixed Clandestine Arrangement IP) Your RouterBoard's Wireless agenda is 10.140.1.30/26 (Public Network) The Access Point you affix to is 10.140.1.1/26 (Public Arrangement gateway)


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A MikroTik router and Internode’s IPv6

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Here is how I got my MikroTik RB951-2n working with Internode’s native IPv6 serviceover ADSL. I did not nut all this out myself; there was googling involved, but nothing I found was complete and many articles assumed I knew more about MikroTik’s RouterOSthan I did. That said, all mistakes here are my own :-) The PlanThe basic plan was to put an ADSL router/modem into bridge mode, and use the MikroTik to do all the heavy lifting. An ADSL router/modem has (as its name would suggest) two functions. It acts as an ADSL modem, terminating an ADSL connection. And it acts as a router. In bridge mode, the router function is switched off; what remains is just an ADSL modem – it has ADSL on one side and ethernet on the other. In bridge mode, the device bridges ADSL into ethernet. IngredientsI used: an ADSL router that supports “bridge mode” (A TP-Link TD-W8950ND to be exact)a MikroTik router – in my case an RB951-2n, but I’d recommend the RB951G-2HnD insteadConfiguring the ADSL router/modemOn small/…