Mikrotik Virtual Private Network Configuration Tutorials For beginners And Advanced Users.

Virtual private networks are the backbone of any SMB and Enterprise network deployment as they provide connectivity on multi-site environments and also link on-premise systems to private / public cloud services.  With a VPN you can access and share services in your IT infrastructure such as remote desktop computers, web servers, email servers, File and FTP servers, shared applications across multiple locations and even on the go. However the cost of deploying and maintaining a VPN can be quite high. If there is a need to connect multiple geographically seperate networks by using affordable VPN solutions, Mikrotik routers are made with technologies that make it possible. Mikrotik supports VPN technologies such as IPSEC, OpenVPN, L2TP, PPTP, SSTP, GRE and allows you to create VPN connection to devices from other vendors such as CISCO, JUNIPER NETWORKS, UBIQUITY and more. Tutorials available here provide simple how to guides with pictures on how to configure different types of VPN technologies that are supported by Mikrotik RouterOS. Browse the tutorials below or use the search bar to start leaning TODAY!

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RouterOS Site-To-Site OpenVPN Server & Client Tutorial

Read this tutorial to learn how to create a simple virtual private network connection for two or more geographically seperate networks using the Mikrotik OpenVPN Server and OpenVPN client. This tutorial takes just about ten minutes or less to complete

RouterOS OpenVPN Setup Tutorial With A Windows Client

If you would for highly mobile and remote user to access your work network on the go, read this tutorial to learn how to create a VPN connection between a Mikrotik router and a Windows PC using the RouterOS OpenVPN Server.

Mikrotik Site-to-Site GRE tunnel With IPSEC Encryption

Create a secure GRE tunnel uses Mikrotik devices is a simple process. Read this tutorial to see how you can create a site to site IPSEC GRE Tunnel using Mikrotik RouterOS devices. You'll need public ip addresses at each site for the VPN to work.

RouterOS Site to Site EoIP Tunnel with IPsec Encryption

Read this tutorial to learn how to create a site-to-site VPN using EOIP ( Ethernet Over IP). You will also learn how to configure IPSEC encryption on the EOIP VPN connetion. Click on the READ NOW button to start learning for FREE!

Mikrotik IPSEC VPN Site-To-Site Virtual Private Network Setup Tutorial

IPSEC is a common technology used by many organizations to create secure VPN connections between sites. Read this tutorial to learn how to create a sit-to-site IPSEC VPN between two or more Mikrotik routers.

Learn How To Setup A L2TP Site-To-Multi-Site Virtual Private Network.

Learn how to create a site-to-multi-site VPN using L2TP(Layer 2 Tunnel Protocol) with IPSEC secure encryption. To watch the FREE video version of this tutorial click on the READ NOW button and click on VIEW YOUTUBE TUTORIAL.

VPN Between On-Premise mikrotik Router And AWS Cloud Hosted Router

Need to establish a connection to a remote site, connect multiple branch offices together or extend on-premises networks to the cloud? Read this tutorial to learn how to create a site to site VPN connection between an on-premise mikrotik router and an AWS cloud hosted Mikrotik router (CHR)

pPTP VPN Connection Between A Mikrotik router And A Windows Device.

Mikrotik RouterOS has built in support for the POINT TO POINT TUNNELING PROTOCOL (PPTP) and can easily be used as a PPTP Server or PPTP Client. Read this tutorial to learn how to create a PPTP VPN connection between a Mikrotik router and a Windows 10 laptop or desktop computer.

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