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RB/2011UiAS-2HnD-IN - MikroTik RouterBOARD RB/2011UiAS-2HnD-IN (complete with case, antennas, power supply, touchscreen LCD panel, fiber-enabled)

  • 802.11b/g/n
  • Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates

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The RB2011 is a low cost multi port device series. Designed for indoor use, and available in many different cases, with a multitude of options.

The RB2011 is powered by RouterOS, a fully featured routing operating system which has been continuously improved for fifteen years. Dynamic routing, hotspot, firewall, MPLS, VPN, advanced quality of service, load balancing and bonding, real-time configuration and monitoring - just a few of the vast number of features supported by RouterOS.

RouterBOARD 2011UAS-2HnD has most features and interfaces from all our Wireless routers. It’s powered by the new Atheros 600MHz 74K MIPS network processor, has 128MB RAM, five Gigabit LAN ports, five Fast Ethernet LAN ports and SFP cage (SFP module not included!). Also, it features powerful 1000mW dual chain 2.4Ghz (2192-2732MHz depending on country regulations) 802.11bgn wireless AP, RJ45 serial port, microUSB port and RouterOS L5 license, as well as desktop case with power supply, two 4dBi Omni antennas and LCD panel- all this for only $129!

Tested and recommended to use with MikroTik SFP modules: S-85DLC05D, S-31DLC20D and S-35/53LC20D (not included)

RouterBOARD 2011UAS-2HnD-IN comes with desktop enclosure, LCD panel and power supply.

Wall mount kit (product code RBWMK) for network closet is available for purchase as an optional accessory.

Technical Specifications:
• TX Power: 30dBm
• Max Power Consumption: 11W
• CPU: Atheros AR9344 600MHz
• Memory: 128MB DDR2 SDRAM onboard memory
• Ethernet: Five (5) 10/100 Mbit Fast Ethernet ports with Auto-MDI/X, Five (5) 10/100/1000 Mbit Gigabit Ethernet ports with Auto-MDI/X
• Wireless: 2HnD - Built in 2GHz dual chain 802.11b/g/n wireless device, 2HnD-IN - Also includes two 4dBi swivel antennas
• LAN ports: 5
• MiniPCI: 0
• Integrated Wireless: Yes
• PoE: 8-28V DC on Ether1
• Voltage Monitor: Yes
• PCB temperature sensor: Yes
• CPU temperature monitor: No
• Dimensions: 214mm x 86mm for PCB
• Operating System: RouterOS
• RouterOS License: Level5
• Extras: reset button, reset jumper, RJ45 serial port, LCD panel, powered micro-B USB connector

Operating System Features:
The device comes with RouterOS - the operating system, which will turn this powerful system into a highly sophisticated router, firewall or bandwidth manager. RouterOS is a stand-alone operating system based on the Linux v3.3.5 kernel. You can try RouterOS today, go to MikroTik Website for a free-trial demo. The free trial provides all of the features with no limitations. Major features include:

Statefull filtering
Source and destination NAT
NAT helpers (h323, pptp, quake3, sip, ftp, irc, tftp)
Internal connection, routing and packet marks
Filtering by IP address and address range, port and port range, IP protocol, DSCP and many more
Address lists
Custom Layer7 matcher
IPv6 support
PCC - per connection classifier, used in load balancing configurations

- Static routing
- Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF)
- Policy based routing
- Interface routing
- ECMP routing
- IPv4 dynamic routing protocols: RIP v1/v2, OSPFv2, BGP v4
- IPv6 dynamic routing protocols: RIPng, OSPFv3, BGP
- Bi-directional Forwarding Detection ( BFD)

- Static Label bindings for IPv4
- Label Distribution protocol for IPv4
- RSVP Traffic Engineering tunnels
- VPLS MP-BGP based autodiscovery and signaling
- complete list of MPLS features

- Ipsec – tunnel and transport mode, certificate or PSK, AH and ESP security protocols. Hardware encryption support on RouterBOARD 1000.
- Point to point tunneling (OpenVPN, PPTP, PPPoE, L2TP, SSTP)
- Advanced PPP features (MLPPP, BCP)
- Simple tunnels ( IPIP, EoIP) IPv4 andIPv6 support
- 6 to 4 tunnel support (IPv6 over IPv4 network)
- VLAN – IEEE802.1q Virtual LAN support, Q-in-Q support
- MPLS based VPNs

- IEEE802.11a/b/g wireless client and access point
- Full IEEE802.11n support
- Nstreme and Nstreme2 proprietary protocols
- NV2 protocol
- Wireless Distribution System (WDS)
- Virtual AP
- Access control list
- Wireless client roaming
- HWMP+ Wireless MESH protocol
- MME wireless routing protocol

- Per interface DHCP server
- DHCP client and relay
- Static and dynamic DHCP leases
- RADIUS support
- Custom DHCP options
- DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation (DHCPv6-PD)
- DHCPv6 Client
- Hotspot
- Plug-n-Play access to the Network
- Authentication of local Network Clients
- Users Accounting
- RADIUS support for Authentication and Accounting

- Hierarchical Token Bucket ( HTB) QoS system with CIR, MIR, burst and priority support
- Simple and fast solution for basic QoS implementation - Simple queues
- Dynamic client rate equalization ( PCQ)

- HTTP caching proxy server
- Transparent HTTP proxy
- SOCKS protocol support
- DNS static entries
- Support for caching on a separate drive
- Parent proxy support
- Access control list
- Caching list

- Ping, traceroute
- Bandwidth test, ping flood
- Packet sniffer, torch
- Telnet, ssh
- E-mail and SMS send tools
- Automated script execution tools
- File Fetch tool
- Advanced traffic generator
- Other features
- Samba support
- OpenFlow support
- Bridging – spanning tree protocol (STP, RSTP), bridge firewall and MAC natting.
- Dynamic DNS update tool
- NTP client/server and synchronization with GPS system
- VRRP v2 and v3 support
- M3P - MikroTik Packet packer protocol for wireless links and ethernet
- MNDP - MikroTik neighbor discovery protocol, supports CDP (Cisco discovery protocol)
- RADIUS authentication and accounting
- TFTP server
- Synchronous interface support (Farsync cards only) (Removed in v5.x)
- Asynchronous – serial PPP dial-in/dial-out, dial on demand
- ISDN – dial-in/dial-out, 128K bundle support, Cisco HDLC, x75i, x75ui, x75bui line protocols, dial on demand

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  • Brian P.
  • 7/29/2014 2:00:38 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExperts / enthusiasts only

Pros: Supports advanced configurations; Stable performance; comes with default configuration that should work for most home networks that do not need port forwarding or other settings enabled.

Cons: Does not support wireless N; wireless configuration and port forwarding require intimate knowledge/familiarity with Router OS.

Other Thoughts: Learning Router OS has been fun, but challenging. Configuring the device's NAT rules, wireless, etc were daunting at first and I spent upwards of 12 hours learning/testing how to configure this device. If you aren't familiar with Router OS or don't want to spend hours learning, then stay away!

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/19/2014 7:23:27 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsFlexible but difficult configuration

Pros: Extremely flexible configuration. Any ethernet port can be connected to any network, be it WAN or LAN. Multiple WAN uplinks are possible, and their use can be conditionally specified in RouterOS firewall for load balancing. This also includes the wireless radio, which can serve as an access point, bridge or station for uplinking to another wireless network. Wireless can be fine tuned to use frequencies below the public 2.4 GHz ISM band (with appropriate license) at manually specified Tx power up to the strong 27 dBm. Mikrotik devices can use the NV2 protocol among them for increased speed and security.

Router is managed from Winbox, a special utility, which runs on any Windows version and is supplied on the router itself, telnet, SSH, and Web browser. All confugration interfaces have a similar layout. I am primarily using Winbox because its GUI is clear and responsive, and a telnet terminal for CLI access can be opened within Winbox at any time. This is useful to set some options not exposed via the GUI, such as changing of MAC addresses, or to export lengthy configuration parameters, such as firewall rules, for reference or loading into another unit.

RouterOS includes advanced diagnostic tools, such as Packet Sniffer, Ping, Traceroute, IP scanner, Wireless frequency scanner, connections monitor, which run from the router's perspective are handy for troubleshooting problems.

The throughput of the device is high, and depends on the number of active firewall rules. It will range between 150 and 300 MBit/s. The two sets of ethernet ports can be separately switched together, and will then work at wire speed without loading the CPU. I've reached 900 MBit/s over Cat 5E. By default only the Fast Ethernet ports are switched. Activity of each port in a switch group can still be monitored.

Thermal management of the unit is good. The 600 MHz Atheros AR9344 CPU and the AR8327 switch have decent heatsinks. Wide range of accepted power voltage (8-28 V). Configuration changes don't require a reboot, except overclocking and firmware upgrade.

Cons: Strong Cons are few. No 5 GHz radio transceiver and expansion slot for one, to use the less crowded band. This is partially compensated by the ability to select custom frequencies, but then all devices must be able to broadcast on those.

Setup requires itermediate knowledge about IP networking. The RB2011 comes with a default configuration where WAN is on ether1, radio disabled, remaining ethernets bridged as one subnet, which will get basic connectivity. But this setup might not be optimal, such as if the uplink is only 100 MBit, or admin wants to power the device by PoE not in the uplink. Port forwarding is also difficult.

Activity LEDs are not near network interfaces, and blink at a lower frequency than normal with NICs, which makes it more difficult to see and pinpoint activity. The design of the red plastic front panel feels cheap, especially around LEDs and the micro-USB port. The blue power LED is too bright making it difficult to see the green programmable activity LED next to it.

Socks 4 proxy instead of Socks 5. Micro-USB is too tiny and fragile.

Other Thoughts: I've been using RouterBoard products for several years. My first RB532A from 2007 is still in working condition, but doesn't quite meet the performance demands of today. These devices hardly ever need rebooting or reset if working properly. As another reviewer put it, the RouterBoard is a real geek's router for those who are eager to learn, or a professional device. No functionality is deliberately locked down. But the CPU and RAM limit the number of functions that can be active simultaneously. The online wiki manual for RouterOS is easy to understand, as it uses clear technical language, and doesn't hide behind marketing buzzwords. The manual gives examples as telnet commands, which are closely mirrored in the menus of GUI tools.

I always start configuring a Mikrotik with Winbox, and don't bother with the Web UI. If connected directly to a PC, or via an L2 switch, WinBox can access the router by MAC even if IP addresses are not set up correctly. In the RB2011, I started with disabling the default firewall rules, and enabling WinBox MAC server on all interfaces, to avoid locking myself out from the router. The chosen WAN ports can be secured later.

The Web UI is useful for monitoring traffic or system resources. I always enable that via Graphing, and disable webUI configuration access for all users (including full/admin) to harden security.

The touchscreen is helpful for monitoring Wlan activity and CPU usage. To execute drags/swipes on the resistive touchscreen, one must press hard on it for the whole duration of the drag. I also set the touchscreen to read-only in WinBox to prevent accidental changes to the configuration.

The RB2011 was tested upgraded with RouterOS v6.10.

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