How to Static Routing Settings on Mikrotik?

The example of Static Routing Settings in Mikrotik – Static routing is to add a specific routing path manually. Mikrotik by default will create an automatic route routing when we add the IP address to the interface. Then why do we need static routing? Because to connect a network device that has a different IP segment (subnet) requires a device capable of performing static routing.

For example as in Figure 1 and Gambar2 where there are 2 routers that each router is connected to the network device.

A. LAN A — Router A — Router B — LAN B

How to Static Routing Settings on Mikrotik
How to Static Routing Settings on Mikrotik

 

From the topology of Figure 1 then we need to add an IP address on each Ethernet interface in each router as in the following steps:

 

For Router A

 

For Router B

In order for PCs to take Router A and Router B can communicate with each other need to add Static Routing on each Router.

For Router A

For Router B

B. LAN A —- A Router — Wireless Router A —- Wireless Router B — Router B —- LAN B

A. Configuration for Wireless Router A

If using the Command line:

B. Configuration for Wireless Router B

If using the Command line:

From the topology of Figure 2 then we need to add an IP address on each Ethernet interface and wireless interface in each router as in the following steps:

Install Ip address on router A

Install Ip address on router B

In order for each PC that is intake Router A and Router B can communicate with each other need to add Static Routing on each respective Router

Router A

Router B

So Mikrotik tutorial about Static Routing Routing Example on Mikrotik.