MicroTik Certified Network Associate (MTCNA)

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MikroTik Certified Network Associate (MTCNA)

MicroTik Certified Network Associate (MTCNA)

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Duration: 4 days of 6.5 hours each

Objectives: By the end of this training session, the student will be familiar with RouterOS software and RouterBoard products.  He will also be able to configure, manage, do basic troubleshooting of a MikroTik router and provide basic services to clients. Target Audience: Network engineers and technicians wanting to deploy and

Support:

  • Corporate networks
  • Client CPEs (WISPs and ISPs) Course

prerequisites: The student must have a good understanding of TCP/IP and subnetting.
The course material is separated in modules, each of which is ended with a laboratory whose goal is to reinforce the material that has been demonstrated.

Module 1: Introductio

Lessons

  • About MikroTik
  • What is RouterOS
  • What is RouterBoard
  • First time accessing the router
  • Winbox and MAC-Winbox
  • Webfig and Quickset
  • RouterOS command line interface (CLI)
  • Null Modem cable • SSH and Telnet
  • New terminal in Winbox/Webfig
  • RouterOS CLI principles
  • navigation
  • command history and its benefits
  • Initial configuration (Internet access)
  • WAN DHCP-client
  • LAN IP address and default gateway
  • Basic Firewall – NAT masquerade
  • Upgrading RouterOS
  • Package types
  • Ways of upgrading
  • RouterBOOT firmware upgrade
  • Manage RouterOS logins
  • Manage RouterOS services
  • Managing configuration backups
  • Saving and reload backup
  • Editing export file
  • RouterOS license
  • Levels
  • Updating a license
  • Netinstall
  • Reinstall RouterOS
  • Reset RouterOS
  • Sources of additional information
  • http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:TOC
  • http://www.tiktube.com/
  • http://forum.mikrotik.com/
  • Distributor and consultant support
  • support@mikrotik.com
  • Module 1 laboratory

Module 2: Routing

Lessons

  • Routing overview
  • Routing concepts
  • Route flags
  • Static routing
  • Creating routes
  • Setting default route
  • Manage dynamic routes
  • Implementing static routing on simple network
  • Module 2 laboratory

Module 3: Bridging

Lessons

  • Bridging overview
  • Bridge concepts
  • Creating bridges
  • Adding ports to bridges
  • Module 3 laboratory

Module 4: Wireless

Lessons

  • 802.11n Concepts
  • Frequencies (bands, channels, advanced channels) datarates /HT chains (Tx power, rx sensitivity, country regulations)
  • Legacy 802.11a/b/g stuff
  • Setup simple wireless link
  • Access Point configuration
  • Station configuration
  • MAC-address filtering
  • Default-authentication
  • Access-list
  • Connect-list
  • Default-forwarding
  • Wireless Security and Encryption
  • WPA-PSK
  • WPA2-PSK
  • MikroTik wireless protocols
  • NV2 (TDMA) configuration
  • Monitoring Tools
  • Wireless scan
  • Snooper
  • Registration table
  • Bridge wireless networks
  • Station-bridge
  • Module 4 laboratory

Module 5: Network Management

Lessons

  • ARP
  • ARP modes
  • RouterOS ARP table
  • DHCP server and client
  •  DHCP client
  • Server setup
  • Leases management
  • DHCP-server network configuration
  • RouterOS tools
  • E-mail
  • Netwatch
  • Ping, Traceroute
  • Profiler (CPU load)
  • Contacting  support@mikrotik.com
  • supout.rif, autosupout.rif and viewer
  • /system logging and debug logs
  •  readable configuration (item comments and names)
  • network diagrams
  • Module 5 laboratory

Module 6: Firewall

Lessons

  • Firewall principles
  • Connection tracking and states
  • Structure, chains and actions
  • Firewall Filter in action
  • Filter actions
  • Protecting your router (input)
  • Protection your customers (forward)
  • Basic Address-List
  • Source NAT
  • Masquerade and src-nat action
  • Destination NAT
  • dst-nat and redirect action
  • Module 6 laboratory

Module 7: QoS

Lessons

  • Simple Queue
  • Target
  • Destinations
  • Max-limit and limit-at
  • Bursting
  • One Simple queue for whole network (PCQ)
  • pcq-rate configuration
  • pcq-limit configuration
  • Monitoring
  • Interface traffic monitor
  • Torch
  • Graphs
  • SNMP
  • Module 7 laboratory

Module 8: Tunnels

Lessons

  • PPP settings
  • ppp profile
  • ppp secret
  • ppp status
  • IP pool
  • Creating pool
  • Managing ranges
  • Assigning to service
  • Secure local network
  • PPPoE service-name
  • Create PPPoE server
  • Point-to-point addresses
  • Creating PPPoE clients on RouterOS
  • Secure remote networks communication
  • PPTP client and PPTP server
  • SSTP client and SSTP server without certificates
  • Setup routes between networks
  • Module 8 laboratory

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