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* Editing user credentials (such as ID, Password, Profile, MAC-Address, etc...) in PPP -> Secrets
 
* Editing user credentials (such as ID, Password, Profile, MAC-Address, etc...) in PPP -> Secrets
 
* Disable a user in PPP -> Secrets
 
* Disable a user in PPP -> Secrets
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Please make sure that you follow this article and setup ssh-keys to execute command from Linux to Mikrotik using SSH without password [http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Use_SSH_to_execute_commands_(DSA_key_login)]
  
 
Below are the scripts that can be used from almost any Linux Distribution that supports Bash.
 
Below are the scripts that can be used from almost any Linux Distribution that supports Bash.

Revision as of 04:44, 11 September 2011

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Applies to RouterOS: v3, v4

Overview

Here are some small and very useful bash scripts that I have written and I use them from WebMin to perform some small tasks. These Include

  • Adding a user in PPP -> Secrets
  • Deleting a user in PPP -> Secrets
  • Editing user credentials (such as ID, Password, Profile, MAC-Address, etc...) in PPP -> Secrets
  • Disable a user in PPP -> Secrets

Please make sure that you follow this article and setup ssh-keys to execute command from Linux to Mikrotik using SSH without password [1]

Below are the scripts that can be used from almost any Linux Distribution that supports Bash.

Adding a User

Make sure that you have webmin installed and running properly. Then follow these snapshots to create a new Custom Command that will perform the task of Adding New User to Mikrotik

Open Webmin in your favorite internet browser. Then follow below instructions.

Webmin-new-custom-command-1.jpg