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Mikrotik Point-to-Point Bridge

Here’s how to make a point to point link using two CPE Mikrotik SXT .Many thanks to my friend Frank for images in this tutorial !

connect the first of two Mikrotik SXT to a PC , giving an address to the LAN (hint: use 192.168.88.100/24 ​​) .

We use the winbox tool ( available here ) and connect through the IP address of the CPE or through the mac address using the username : admin and password blank ( if it is the first time you log in to the device)


Configure now as the first SXT Bridge.

Go to Interfaces, double click on the radio interface and open the Wireless tab . Change , as shown in the figure in Bridge Mode , set a frequency and then Apply

Go to the Menu IP – > Firewall and select the NAT tab .

Disable the rule Masquerade :

Go to IP -> DHCP Server and IP > DHCP Client and disable the two services as they are used in transparent mode .


Bridge and choose from the menu to create a new bridge between the Ethernet interface ( Ether1 -local ) and the radio interface ( wlan1 – gateway) :

Now that was added to the Bridge no longer need to assign the ip interface Eth but the bridge (also works leaving the ip to the eth , but it is more correct that way! )

Choose an IP address eg . 10.0.0.11 and assign it to the bridge

Then remove the IP address from the interface -local Ether1

The second device is configured exactly the same way by simply changing the IP address of the bridge with another network 10.0.0.X es . 10.0.0.12

For those who need to pass the VLAN on the bridge, you have to first create the VLAN from the Interfaces menu by pressing the + and then create a bridge between the VLAN and the wlan1 – gateway.

interface vlan add name=vlan-10 vlan-id=10 interface=wlan1-gateway disabled=no
interface vlan add name=vlan-20 vlan-id=20 interface=wlan1-gateway disabled=no
interface bridge add name=br-vlan10 disabled=no
interface bridge add name=br-vlan20 disabled=no
interface bridge port add interface=”vlan-10″ bridge=”br-vlan10″ disabled=no
interface bridge port add interface=”wlan1-gateway” bridge=”br-vlan10″ disabled=no
interface bridge port add interface=”vlan-20″ bridge=”br-vlan20″ disabled=no
interface bridge port add interface=”wlan1-gateway” bridge=”br-vlan20″ disabled=no

Go to the Menu IP – > Firewall and select the NAT tab .

Info Paolo Daniele

Ingegnere delle Telecomunicazioni, appassionato di informatica fin da piccolo ho trasformato la passione in lavoro. Con il PHP faccio tutto (o quasi...) ma non disprezzo altri linguaggi all'occorrenza. Se vi piace il mio sito, o vi è utile, o vi sto simpatico, offritemi una birra!

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