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* WISP Bridge (AP in ap_bridge mode);
 
* WISP Bridge (AP in ap_bridge mode);
 
* Switch;
 
* Switch;
* CAP;
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* IP Only;
* IP Only.
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* CAP.
  
 
You can run command <code>/system default-configuration print</code> to see exact applied default configuration commands.
 
You can run command <code>/system default-configuration print</code> to see exact applied default configuration commands.
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== CPE Router ==
 
== CPE Router ==
  
In this type of configurations router is configured as wireless client device. Depending on type of the board WAN interface can be <b>Wireless</b> or <b>LTE</b> interfaces. WAN port has configured DHCP client (except for LTE), is protected by ip firewall and MAC discovery/connection is disabled.
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In this type of configurations router is configured as wireless client device. WAN interface is <b>Wireless</b> interface. WAN port has configured DHCP client, is protected by IP firewall and MAC discovery/connection is disabled.
  
List of routers using this type of config:
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List of routers using this type of configuration:  
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* RB 711,911,912,921,922 - with level3 license
 
* SXT
 
* SXT
 
* QRT
 
* QRT
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* SEXTANT
 
* LHG
 
* LHG
 
* LDF
 
* LDF
* RB 911,912 - with level3 license
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* DISC
* RB 711
 
 
* Groove
 
* Groove
 
* Metal
 
* Metal
* NetMetal
 
* RB 921,922 - with level3 license
 
  
 
== LTE CPE AP router ==
 
== LTE CPE AP router ==
  
This configuration type is applied to routers that has both LTE and wireless interfaces. LTE interface is considered a WAN port protected by firewall and MAC discovery/connection disabled. Wireless is configured as access point and bridged with all Ethernets.
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This configuration type is applied to routers that has both LTE and wireless interfaces. LTE interface is considered a WAN port protected by firewall and MAC discovery/connection disabled. IP address on WAN port is acquired automatically. Wireless is configured as access point and bridged with all available Ethernet ports.
  
 
* wAP LTE Kit
 
* wAP LTE Kit
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* SXT LTE
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* LtAP 4G kit
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* LtAP LTE kit
  
 
== AP Router ==
 
== AP Router ==
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This type of configuration is applied to home access point routers to be used straight out of the box without additional configuration (except router passwords and wireless keys)
 
This type of configuration is applied to home access point routers to be used straight out of the box without additional configuration (except router passwords and wireless keys)
  
First Ethernet is always configured as WAN port (protected by firewall, enabled DHCP client and disabled MAC connection/discovery). Other Ethernet and wireless interfaces are added to local LAN bridge with 192.168.88.1/24 address set and configured DHCP server.
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First Ethernet is always configured as WAN port (protected by firewall, enabled DHCP client and disabled MAC connection/discovery). Other Ethernet ports and wireless interfaces are added to local LAN bridge with 192.168.88.1/24 address set and configured DHCP server. In case of dual band routers, one wireless is configured as 5 GHz access point and other as 2.4 GHz access point.
  
In case of dual band routers, one wireless is configured as 5Ghz access point and other as 2.4Ghz access point.
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List of routers using this type of configuration:
 
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* RB 450,751,850,951,953,2011,3011,4011
List of routers using this type of config:
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* hEX,PowerBox
* 450,750(hEX,PowerBox),850
 
 
* mAP
 
* mAP
* wAP
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* wAP,wAP R (without LTE card)
* RB 931
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* hAP
* hAP, RB 952,962
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* cAP
* RB 941
 
* RB 751,951
 
* RB 953
 
 
* OmniTIK
 
* OmniTIK
* RB 960
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* CRS series with wireless interface
* RB 2011,3011
 
* CRS with wireless interface
 
  
 
== PTP Bridge ==
 
== PTP Bridge ==
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There are two possible options - as CPE and as AP. For CPE wireless interface is set in "station-bridge" mode, for AP "bridge" mode is used.
 
There are two possible options - as CPE and as AP. For CPE wireless interface is set in "station-bridge" mode, for AP "bridge" mode is used.
  
List of routers using this type of config:
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List of routers using this type of configuration:
 
* DynaDish - as CPE
 
* DynaDish - as CPE
* Wireless Wire
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* Wireless Wire kit
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* wAP 60G - with level3 license
  
 
== WISP Bridge ==
 
== WISP Bridge ==
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Router can be accessed directly using MAC address. If device is connected to the network with enabled DHCP server, configured DHCP client configured on the bridge interface will get the IP address, that can be used to access the router.
 
Router can be accessed directly using MAC address. If device is connected to the network with enabled DHCP server, configured DHCP client configured on the bridge interface will get the IP address, that can be used to access the router.
  
List of routers using this type of config:
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List of routers using this type of configuration:
* cAP
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* RB 911,912,921,922 - with Level4 license
 
* Groove A, Metal A, RB 711 A
 
* Groove A, Metal A, RB 711 A
* RB 911,912 - with Level4 license.
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* BaseBox, NetBox
* RB 921,922 - with Level4 license.
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* mANTBox, NetMetal
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* wAP 60G AP - with level4 license
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* LtAP
  
 
== Switch ==
 
== Switch ==
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This configuration utilizes switch chip features to configure dumb switch. All ethernet ports are added to switch group and default IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on master port.
 
This configuration utilizes switch chip features to configure dumb switch. All ethernet ports are added to switch group and default IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on master port.
  
List of routers using this type of config:
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List of routers using this type of configuration:
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* FiberBox
 
* CRS without wireless interface
 
* CRS without wireless interface
  
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== IP Only ==
  
== IP Only ==
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When no specific configuration is found, IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on ether1, or combo1, or sfp1.
  
When no specific configuration is found, IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on ether1, or combo1, or sfp1. Typically such configuration is applied to all CCR and 1100 series and other rackmount routers.
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List of routers using this type of configuration:
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* RB 411,433,435,493,800,M11,M33,1100
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* CCR
  
 
== CAP ==
 
== CAP ==

Latest revision as of 13:00, 6 August 2019

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Applies to RouterOS: v5, v6+

Overview

All RouterBOARDs from factory come with default configuration. There are several different configurations depending on board type:

  • CPE Router;
  • LTE CPE AP router;
  • AP Router (single or dual band);
  • PTP Bridge (AP or CPE);
  • WISP Bridge (AP in ap_bridge mode);
  • Switch;
  • IP Only;
  • CAP.

You can run command /system default-configuration print to see exact applied default configuration commands.

CPE Router

In this type of configurations router is configured as wireless client device. WAN interface is Wireless interface. WAN port has configured DHCP client, is protected by IP firewall and MAC discovery/connection is disabled.

List of routers using this type of configuration:

  • RB 711,911,912,921,922 - with level3 license
  • SXT
  • QRT
  • SEXTANT
  • LHG
  • LDF
  • DISC
  • Groove
  • Metal

LTE CPE AP router

This configuration type is applied to routers that has both LTE and wireless interfaces. LTE interface is considered a WAN port protected by firewall and MAC discovery/connection disabled. IP address on WAN port is acquired automatically. Wireless is configured as access point and bridged with all available Ethernet ports.

  • wAP LTE Kit
  • SXT LTE
  • LtAP 4G kit
  • LtAP LTE kit

AP Router

This type of configuration is applied to home access point routers to be used straight out of the box without additional configuration (except router passwords and wireless keys)

First Ethernet is always configured as WAN port (protected by firewall, enabled DHCP client and disabled MAC connection/discovery). Other Ethernet ports and wireless interfaces are added to local LAN bridge with 192.168.88.1/24 address set and configured DHCP server. In case of dual band routers, one wireless is configured as 5 GHz access point and other as 2.4 GHz access point.

List of routers using this type of configuration:

  • RB 450,751,850,951,953,2011,3011,4011
  • hEX,PowerBox
  • mAP
  • wAP,wAP R (without LTE card)
  • hAP
  • cAP
  • OmniTIK
  • CRS series with wireless interface

PTP Bridge

Bridged ethernet with wireless interface. Default IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on the bridge interface. There are two possible options - as CPE and as AP. For CPE wireless interface is set in "station-bridge" mode, for AP "bridge" mode is used.

List of routers using this type of configuration:

  • DynaDish - as CPE
  • Wireless Wire kit
  • wAP 60G - with level3 license

WISP Bridge

Configuration is the same as PTP Bridge in AP mode, except that wireless mode is set to ap_bridge for PTMP setups. Router can be accessed directly using MAC address. If device is connected to the network with enabled DHCP server, configured DHCP client configured on the bridge interface will get the IP address, that can be used to access the router.

List of routers using this type of configuration:

  • RB 911,912,921,922 - with Level4 license
  • Groove A, Metal A, RB 711 A
  • BaseBox, NetBox
  • mANTBox, NetMetal
  • wAP 60G AP - with level4 license
  • LtAP

Switch

This configuration utilizes switch chip features to configure dumb switch. All ethernet ports are added to switch group and default IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on master port.

List of routers using this type of configuration:

  • FiberBox
  • CRS without wireless interface

IP Only

When no specific configuration is found, IP address 192.168.88.1/24 is set on ether1, or combo1, or sfp1.

List of routers using this type of configuration:

  • RB 411,433,435,493,800,M11,M33,1100
  • CCR

CAP

This type of configuration is used when device need to be used as wireless client device controlled by CAPsMAN.

When CAP default configuration is loaded, ether1 is considered a management port with DHCP client configured. All other Ethernet interfaces are bridged and wlan1 is set to be managed by CAPsMAN.

To load CAP configuration refer to Reset Button manual.


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