MikroTik Router Basic Configuration For PPPoE Wan Connection Script

Configuring a MikroTik router for a PPPoE WAN connection is a fundamental task for setting up internet access in many environments. Here's a brief overview of the basic steps involved in configuring a MikroTik router for a PPPoE WAN connection:

How to set up a PPPoE Client on MikroTik

1. Access Router

First, you need to access the router. MikroTik router can be accessed in many ways. Such as Winbox, router's web interface, or command-line interface using a web browser or via SSH and telnet.

2. Select WAN Interface

Then select the physical connectivity from the ISP on which router interface. This interface will serve as the WAN interface. As I chose, the Ether1 port of my router is the WAN port.

3.PPPoE Client Configure

Then Navigate to the Interfaces section in the router's configuration interface and select the WAN interface. Then, configure it as a PPPoE client.

Then Specify the PPPoE username, password, and service name provided by your ISP. This information is essential for authenticating and establishing a connection with the ISP's network.

Script For PPPoE Client Configure

To set up a PPPoE client on a MikroTik router using a script, you can create a script that contains the necessary commands to configure the PPPoE client. Here's a basic example script:

[MikroTik] /interface pppoe-client> add name=UPLINK user=abc1 password=abc1122 interface=ether1 dial-on-demand=yes add-default-route=yes use-peer-dns=yes disabled=no
[MikroTik]/ip firewall nat> add chain=srcnat action=masquerade

Apply the configuration changes and test the PPPoE connection to ensure that the router can successfully establish a connection with the ISP and obtain an IP address Monitor the PPPoE connection status in the router's interface and ensure that it remains stable.

By following these steps, you can successfully set up a PPPoE client on a MikroTik router, enabling internet connectivity for your network.

Mikrotik Basic Configuration - PPPoE Client For Internet

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post

Contact Form