MikroTik User Meeting Venice 2014 – Presentation on QoS and Layer7

RonVeniceOnce again LinITX were in attendance at the European venue for MikroTik’s User Meeting.  Each year it gets larger with MikroTik stating that it was nearly the largest event so far, at approximately 1200 attendees. Ron Touw usually contributes to the meetings with a technical presentation and/or delivers Training in the days prior to the meeting to students from all over Europe who are keen to learn more about MikroTik and how they can use RouterOS to solve their networking needs.  On this occasion his presentation was on managing the every increasing demands placed upon ISPs to deliver ever more bandwidth as if there were no limit.

You can see a video of the presentation on MikroTik’s TikTube website explaining a solution based upon Layer 7 Deep packet inspection techniques and using Mangle rules efficiently along with MikroTik’s HTB Based QoS system. The slides are also available here

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  1. If we think that, there are lots of workers in an office and every person need internet Bandwidth but some person no need every time need Bandwidth and some person every time need Bandwidth as per his work, failover mikrotik then we can fix Bandwidth. seems that, we take 10MB Bandwidth form ISP and we will distribute into 20 PC

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