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Mikrotik HotSpot User Manager Settings

Mikrotik HotSpot User Manager Settings

Setting User Manager with Mikrotik Hotspot – In the previous article has been discuss about  How to Install and Mikrotik User Manager Settings . MikrotikNetworking will discuss about Setting User Manager to be integrated with Hotspot Mikrotik .

This article will discuss how to build user management integrated into one in the user manager by using 2 different Routerboard devices where each router that  is already their hotspot service system, for its topology as in the picture below

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

From the topology above Router B is already connected to Router A where each – each using ether 3,   then to Router A and Router B respectively are mounted hotspot system, for Router A Use HotSpot Interface ether 2 and Router B using wlan 1, as has been described previously that we will integrate both the hotspot system using the user manager, the user manager already installed on Router A, before you proceed proceed will be described user installation manager and hotspot systems.

User manager we can access from web browser with the address http://ip-router/userman

Radius installation on Hotspot Router A and Router B

After the User Package Manager has been installed and Hotspot System is already running, the next step is to do integration using Radius Server

Configuring the Hotspot

Sign in menu IP Hotspot Sever Profiles, select hsprof1 check parameter Use Radius, then click the Apply

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

The next step select menu Radius , and then click the Add (button (+) red) because we use the Hotspot check the parameter “Hotspots”, then specify the address and Secret

  • If the hotspot and Radius Server is still in the router then to Address is filled with ” 0.0.1 “
  • Fill Secret with a unique key combination, for example: 123456

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

To integrate hotspot on Router B with User manager on Router A, the trick is as follows:

  • To Router B because it serves as the input parameter Radius Client IP Address with one segment with Router A (IP Gateway Router A), if appropriate to the topology of the address in the content is “192.168.5.215”
  • Fill in secret with Key combinations, may differ from the Router or can same

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

Radius installation on User manager Router A

The way the configuration is to go to a page User manager using a web browser application to the address http://192.168.5.215/userman

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

The next step userman login page by default for the username ” admin ” and password is empty \ Add in the menu “Routers” to connect Radius on Router A to the manager user, click Add select New and then enter the following parameters

  • Fill in the Name parameter with the name Router A
  • for Radius on Router A and User manager is on a router (Router A) then fill in theIP Address with ” 0.0.1 
  • Shared secret, secret we adjust the parameters in the menu Radius
  • If you have press the Add button

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

Add also in the menu “Routers” to connect Radius on Router B with user manager installed on Router A, click the option Add New and then fill in the following parameters

  • Fill in the Name parameter with the name Router B
  • for Radius on router B does not connect directly with the User manager who is in Rouer A then fill in the IP Address that one segment (direct connect) with Router A according topologies described earlier for us set the IP address ” 192.168.5.223″
  • then for Shared secret, secret we adjust the parameters in the menu Radius Router B
  • If you have press the Add 

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

Step  further then select the menu Profiles tab Profiles to define the limitations that will be provided to each user

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

specify limitations that will be provided to the user, select Menu Profiles tab Limitations then specify the value of Uptime, Download, Upload, and so on

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

The final step to provide Internet access privileges to the client under Router A and Router B we can add it in the Add menu Users tab, for example

  • For client Router A Username: User2, Password: User2, Assign profile: 1h

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

  • As for the client under Router B we create Username = User3, PASSWORD = 3 then to Assign User profile = 1 hour

Mikrotik Hotspot Usermanager Settings

Up here every user who is under Router A and router B already own can be management using the user manager installed on Router A, we can confirm if the configuration that we made the correct then any user who has logged in with internet access will be listed on the menu Session.

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