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Woobm-USB (Wireless out of band management) is USB device, that provides Serial connection over wireless bridge.

Connect Woobm-USB USB device to your MikroTik, Linux or other device and configure it wirelessly without need of any serial cables as well as provides CLI configuration possibility to laptops without serial port, mobile devices and tablets.

Woobm-USB has built in webpage for easy access and configuration. Device supports Access Point and Client modes.

First start up

Connect your Woobm-USB to USB port, open wireless network with SSID: WoobmAP will be created. Connect to device and open devices IP address in web browser.

Default Woobm-USB IP is

RouterBOARD device will automatically mount serial USB device.

WEB interface

WEB interface allows access to serial port from any device equipped with 2.4GHz wireless module.



Web interface default page is "Home" From home page it is possible to connect and configure RouterOS neighbour devices (MikroTik devices in same network) Press on device IP address to establish connection



By opening Terminal tab, Woobm-USB will try to emulate USB serial interface. On successful attempt "Connection successful! " message will appear above terminal window. You can enter commands from keyboard or use key buttons to send out commands through USB serial interface.

Show keyboard will bring up keyboard on mobile devices. Extra buttons provide missing keyboard keys for mobile devices.


Note: Only one USB serial terminal bridge may be emulated, If serial port is already used, error message will appear above terminal window.


Settings tab provide basic configuration for Woobm-USB device.

Basic settings part provide serial port, button and wireless general settings.

Property Description
Identity (string; Default: Mikrotik) Device identity is used for DHCP client as 'host name' parameter when reporting it to the DHCP server, and for neighbour discovery.
Telnet port (integer; Default: 23) Port used for incoming telnet requests
Baud-rate (integer; Default: 115200) Baud rate used for serial communication. Should match host device.
Data bits (; Default: 8)
Parity (; Default: None bits)
Stopbits (integer; Default: 1)
Web conn. timeout (integer; Default: 2400)
WPS enabled (On/off; Default: On)
Set the default settings with a button (On/off; Default: On)
Device greeting (On/off; Default: On)
Force echo (On/off; Default: On)
Ignore telnet commands (On/off; Default: On)
Status LEDs enabled (On/off; Default: On)
802.11 mode (; Default: default)



Upgrade firmware

Use upgrade firmware tab for manual firmware upgrade.

Telnet access

It's possible to use Telnet clients to access serial port. For Telnet access open Woobm-USB address in telnet client. Woobm-USB forwards serial port to telnet client.


Note: Only one instance of serial port bridge may be emulated.