How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik

Bandwidth divides Internet is simply based interface using Mikrotik. This time we will discuss in this article. Before I proceed, I suggest reading the previous article on How to Limit (Limit) Bandwidth Mikrotik Mikrotik with Simple Queue.
Okay, we just started. So this time we will make the distribution of bandwidth is simply based on the interface used. For more details, please see the following network topology:
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
Internet bandwidth I use is as follows:
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
ISP Internet connection of 3 to 4 Mbps bandwidth (downloads) and 1 Mbps (upload).
Well, from the internet connection, I will divide the bandwidth it into 3 divided per interface. So here I am using 4 interface ether.
-> Ether1 interface: connection to the Internet (DHCP Client)
-> Ether2 interface: connection to the client 1
-> Ether3 interface: connection to client 2
-> Ether4 interface: connection to the client 3
Each interface will be given bandwidth ether
Download: 4 Mb / 3 = 1333 Kb
Upload: 1 Mb / 3 = 333 Kb
Okay, we began steps How to Share Simple in Mikrotik Bandwidth :
1. Make sure your Mikrotik is connected to the Internet (setting DHCP Client, DNS, Firewall Masquerade, IP addresses, etc.).
2. Setting the IP address for each interface connected to the client:
-> Ether2: 10.10.10.1/24
-> Ether3: 10.10.20.1/24
-> Ether4: 10.10.30.1/24
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
3. Create a DHCP server for each client, enter the IP menu -> DHCP Server -> DHCP Setup
(If you want to manually configure the client IP This point can be skipped)
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
4. To Divide Bandwidth, enter the menu Queues -> Simple Queues -> Create new rule
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
[General Tab]
-> Give the name of his rule
-> Target: ether2 or 10.10.10.0/24
-> Max limit:
—> Target Upload: 333k
—> Target Download: 1333k
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik
[Advanced Tab]
-> Limit At:
—> Target Upload: 333k
—> Target Download: 1333k
To create a rule on the next interface, just click the Copy button and targets continue to rename it so much faster.
Limit At Bandwidth
Limit At Bandwidth
 5. If the settings are wrong, now we try to do a test on Client Bandwidth test, and the results are as follows:
Test BW Client
Test BW Client
The results were almost the same as we have previously setting namely:
Bandwidth 1190 Kb (Download) and 333 Kb (Upload)
Okay, that’s all tutorial How to Share Simple Bandwidth in Mikrotik.