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How To Set Up Public Wi-Fi Hotspot/WISP with MikroTik Router and 3G/4G Modem Part 2
Focuslinks posted a tutorial in Mikrotik Tutorials,Benefits of this tutorial:
You will learn how to monitor multiple remote networks, where users are also required to be authenticated. This can be a straightforward task if all remote networks and the Authentication server have Static Public WAN IP address. However, the issue arises if the WAN IP address of the remote network is a dynamic IP address or if it is a private IP address, or if you are behind a NAT network from a 3G connection to telcos.
What you will learn:
You will also learn what VPNs are and how to use them to access your network from the outside world.
SSTP, PPTP, PPP, IP-SEC, and other types of VPNs will also be discussed in these tutorials.
Using MikroTik routers as clients or as an Access Point
Installation of Cloud Hosted Routers (CHR) with PPTP for VPN with User-Manager for Authentication Authorization and Accounting (AAA)
Dude installations for Network Monitoring, Centralized AAA service and client provisioning via remote services without the stress of keeping an elaborate physical NOC, or a dedicated Data Center.
Now let's get started.....
Typical or Common scenario
In the illustration above, you can see the typical or scenario of a Wi-Fi hotspot network, but someone can only archive this above scenario if your network or device has a static IP address but issue or a problem arises if the IP Address changes. The above illustration will be our setup template, and we will implement the use of dynamic IP addresses, even if your IP Address is behind NAT (which means not a static IP Address).
What you will learn in this tutorial:
How to Launch CHR on AWS Setup PPTP Server on CHR
Create user/ppp secrets for each remote router with necessary routes
Setup Dude Server to monitor remote site infrastructure
Install User-Manager package and configure it
Create users (for Hotspot, PPPoe etc clients)
Setup PPTP-clients on remote routers
Configure CHR as a radius server.
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