How to Access Mikrotik RB750
RB750 Mikrotik, ether connects port 1 to a PC using a straight UTP cable. If Mikrotik Router was first turned on, the default configuration of the IP address of his ether 1 is
192.168.88.1. Please, you replace your PC ethernet IP address to
192.168.88.2. If you already have access Mikrotik with Winbox, putty, telnet, or webfig. The trick please read this article 4 ways to access Mikrotik. But I suggest you use to access Mikrotik RB750 Winbox it so much easier. Please, you Download Winbox Mikrotik here.
Setting Mikrotik RB750 for Internet Speedy
1. Please set your ADSL Modem mode to ‘BRIDGE’, so if you still mode ‘PPPoE’ please ‘RESET’ and resetting the modem.
In Winbox Select Menu Interface
Click [+] click 2x ether1 Name = Speedy
Click [+] click 2x ether2 Name = Local
In Winbox Select Menu New Terminal, type:/ ip address
Copy-Paste the following code:
add address = 192.168.0.1 / 24 network = 192.168.0.0
broadcast = 192.168.0.255 interface = Local
add address = 192.168.1.2 / 24 network = 192.168.1.0 192.168.1.255
interface broadcast = = Speedy
On Winbox Select Menu PPP – click the [+] – PPPoE Client
General Tab Name = ppp-speedy1 Interfaces = Speedy
Tab Dial Out Internet Service = User = **** *** 2 ** 01 @ telkom.net (Username Speedy) Password = (Password Speedy) Profile = Default Checklist on Menuan Select ‘Add Default Route & User Peer DNS’, select Allow Checklist Menuan all, OK.
On Select Menu Winbox IP -> DNS -> Setting
If the DNS server has emerged, just give a checklist on Select Menuan ‘Allow Remote Requests’, OK
Also, use the DNS Server to PC Client Billing & your PC
For more details about the DNS please read this article How to Configure DNS Server Mikrotik.
8. Changing TCP / IP PC-BILLING / PC CLIENT
Setting first PC / computer used for the installation process your proxy. Here’s how:
Go to Control Panel – Network Connections – Local Area Connection – Right click and select Menu Properties – Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) – Properties.
Use the Following IP Address: IP Address = 192.168.0.2 Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0 Gateway = 192.168.0.1
Use the Following DNS Server Addresses: Use DNS Server and Alternate DNS Server that exist in Tadi DNS settings.
setting Mangle TCP / UDP port
9. Changing the Time Zone on NTP
For some RouterBoard / MikroTik not use battery CMOS, so that the time zone RouterBoard / MikroTik running normally then should we setting.
In Winbox Select Menu System -> NTP Client
For more details please see here What is NTP? Setting NTP client in Mikrotik.
10. Adding Firewall configuration NAT (Network Address Translation)
In Winbox Select Menu IP -> Firewall -> NAT tab or open the New Terminal and type:
/ ip firewall nat
add chain = srcnat src-address = 192.168.0.0 / 24
-out-interface = pppoe-speedy1 action = masquerade
comment = “NAT from 192.168.0.0/24 output to Speedy”
add chain = srcnat src-address = 192.168.0.2
out-interface = Local action = masquerade
comment = “NAT from 192.168.0.2 output to Local”