MTCWE – MikroTIk Certified Wireless Engineer Class,
RouterBoard and Wireless Devices
IEEE 802.11 Standard
Basic Wireless Concept
Advanced Wireless Concept
MikroTik Wireless Protocol ( Nstreme , Nv2 , Nstreme Dual )
MikroTik Bridge ( Station Bridge , Station Pseudo Bridge , EOIP , MPLS / VPLS )
Wireless Security ( Access-List , Connect-List , Security Profile , Radius )
The cost is $850
Duration: 3 days
Course Level: Engineer (advanced course)
Objectives: By the end of this training session, the student will be familiar with all wireless capabilities of RouterOS including theory, protocols, PTP and PtMP links, routed links, bridging, meshing and the NV2 protocol.
Target Audience: Network engineers and administrators.
Prerequisites: MTCNA and reasonable experience using RouterOS.
About The Class
The MikroTik Certification exam will be given during the class with instant results online. The exams are open book and 60% is required to pass.
A null modem serial cable (standard 9 pin D connectors) is helpful but not necessary.
The certification exam will be given with instant test results online.
Please note: The certification exams are prepared by MikroTIk. Passing the exam will depend on fully understanding the class concepts and will require a good base knowledge of TCPIP and networks. LearnMikroTik.com is not responsible for the content of the exams or your ability to pass the exams. A grade of 60% is required to pass and the exam is given “open book”.
Class Time: 3 days, class begins Tuesday morning at 8:30 am sharp and ends with the certification test the last day by 6:00 pm. All students attending and taking an exam will receive one free RouterOS Level 4 license
1) Each participant will be provided with a RouterBoard to work with during the class.
2) You need to bring the following items:
A laptop equipped with Ethernet port, and, if possible, a serial (COM1 or USB-to-COM) port for connecting to RouterBoard’s console; NOTE: Please install the MicroSoft .net environment on your machine prior to class!
5 Ethernet Patch Cables 2m/6ft 2pcs for connecting to the router and between neighbor routers
Power Strip for powering the laptop, router, and, possibly, your neighbor’s equipment