Jun 25, 2020

I use MikroTik Routerborads quite a lot on remote sites to establish a secure tunnel to connect to internal services remotely (for example for employee time clocks). I like using OpenVPN because it is simple to configure and supports both, L2 (tap) and L3 (tun) secure (encrypted) tunnels. MikroTik’s Routerboards on the other hand are quite cheap and are providing a neat “black box IPsec VPN (Main) interconnection with MikroTik - Setting tunnel select 1: ipsec tunnel 1: ipsec sa policy 1 1 esp 3des-cbc sha-hmac local-id= remote-id= ipsec ike keepalive log 1 off: ipsec ike keepalive use 1 on dpd: ipsec ike local address 1 ipsec ike local id 1 ipsec ike pre-shared-key 1 text (Pre-shard-key) ipsec ike remote address Setting up an OpenVPN tunnel between RUT and Mikrotik Mar 31, 2020

Feature Request: IPSEC Improvements - MikroTik

5 Basic Tip to Secure your MikroTik router - Engineer Life Change default username/password. By default MikroTik username is admin and password is blank, … MikroTik Site to Site VPN Configuration with IPsec

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Mikrotik VPN to AWS Setting up MikroTik RouterOS with AWS VPC Hardware VPN Create a Customer Gateway. Create a Virtual Private Gateway. Enable Route Propagation in your route table. Update your Security Group to enable inbound access. Create a VPN Connection and configure the Customer Tunneling protocol - Wikipedia A Secure Shell (SSH) tunnel consists of an encrypted tunnel created through an SSH protocol connection. Users may set up SSH tunnels to transfer unencrypted traffic over a network through an encrypted channel. For example, Microsoft Windows machines can share files using the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, a non-encrypted protocol. Tutorial Mikrotik VPN : Point to Point Tunnel Protocol Apr 01, 2009 IPSEC VPN Tunnel on MikroTik | My Network Training