143. Mikrotik How to Secure Your Router with 9 Tips


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9 Tips:

1. Not using default username/password

2. Using complex password

3. Allow only specific user to access your router: /User (allow-address)

4. Allow only used /ip service and change default port

5. Disable Mac-telnet, Mac-Ping and Mac-Winbox: /tool mac-server

6. Disable neighbor discovery protocol

7. Disable BTest Server: /tool BTest-server

8. Disable Allow Remote Requests: /ip dns

9. Disable unuse interface/service

Ref: https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Securing_Your_Router

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