4.70 (109 reviews)
☑ Understand why we need routing in our network
☑ Understand the difference between IGP vs EGP routing
☑ Understand the difference between Distance vector vs Link state routing protocols
☑ Understand how and where to apply static route and default static route
☑ Understand how to configure static floating route for link failover
☑ Understand how to configure ECMP on Mikrotik routers for Load-Balancing
In every network we require to have routing. However, if routing is not configured correctly then we may face a lot of problems. For this reason, I have designed this course to show you how you can configure routing in MikroTik routers to keep your network operational, functional and scalable.
This course is ideal for students & professionals who are interested to learn routing in MikroTik.
Topics that will be covered in this course are: What is routing,, IGP vs EGP, Distance vector vs Link State, Static route, default static route, floating static route for failover & ECMP for load-balancing in depth.
This course will contains 30% theoretical part and 70% LABs with real scenarios configuration on MikroTik routers. The labs will be based on step-by-step configuration with a testing part by end of each lab to check if the configuration that we have done is working the way we want. So be ready for a lot of fun with MikroTik Routing.
Finally, if you don't have any experience in MikroTik Routing and you want to cover the basic things that you can do as Routing on the MikroTik routers, I advise you to purchase this course and you will surely be able, by end of the course, to configure routing correctly on your MikroTik router.
Why we need routing in our network?
Introduction - Why we need routing?
Why we need routing - Explanation
Running MikroTik RouterOS on GNS3 with QEMU
MikroTik on GNS3 - Introduction
Install GNS3 with MikroTik CHR RouterOS image - LAB1
Connect your real PC to GNS3 - Part1 - LAB2
Connect your real PC to GNS3 - Part2 - LAB3
Static Route vs Dynamic Route
Static Route vs Dynamic Route - Introduction
Static Route vs Dynamic Route - Explanation
Configure static route & static default route - LAB4
Static Floating Route for links Fail-over
Static Floating Route - Introduction
Configure Static Floating Route - LAB5
Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) Routing for Load-Balancing
Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) Routing - Introduction
Configure Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) Routing - LAB6
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) from A to Z
RIP dynamic routing protocol - Introduction
Understanding RIP - Part 1
Understanding RIP - Part 2
Configure & enable RIP on MikroTik routers - LAB7
Configure Passive-interface, RIPv1 and RIPv2 on MikroTik Routers - LAB8
Passive-interface RIP and RIP v1 v2
Configure RIP authentication on MikroTik routers - LAB9
Configure RIP neighbors and route redistribution - LAB10
It was a good match for me, GNS3 was completely useless. Could not get it to work although I got it working on routerboards.
This is very really good explanation. But in the real world, real application, How to config/set up ECMP load balancing in CCR model. ether1-WAN1, ether2-WAN2, eher3-Local. it is great If you have the bonus paper.
Si, fue una muy buena eleccion, me hubiera gustado ver tambien OSPF pero bueno, bastante iterensenta y muy practico.
The routing protocols discussed in this course was presented clearly and efficiently with lots of detail explanation. I would recommend this course to my colleges.
This a great tutorial.The instructor is a Master in the subject.I recommend you to see it.It will make you grow as a professional.Many thanks!!!
5star to contents and teacher! Easy to understand. Easy to implement the knowledge gained. Looking forward for more courses from the teacher.