MikroTik RouterOS is the operating system of RouterBOARD and CCR devices.
RouterOS provides all the core features for your network - routing, firewall, bandwidth management, wireless access point, backhaul link, hotspot gateway and more.
Use the MikroTik smartphone app to configure your router in the field, or to apply the most basic initial settings for your MikroTik home access point.
Requirements: RouterOS v6 or newer.
Discussion forum: https://forum.mikrotik.com
- Stability improvements
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Great routeros config tool
This app is really starting to grow on me - it's great being able to whip out my iPhone and check or tweak settings.
Unfortunately the latest update REMOVED the internet detect IP addresses from the startup screen. It now only shows the interface names. Please display the ip's again - or at least display the ip's even by clicking on "internet" on the home screen. It seems pointless just asking if you want to enable/disable the detect function!
NOT GREAT that the app times-out and you need to relogin even you switch to another app and return a few seconds later.
I really like that you can copy the settings - like you can in winbox.
It would be nice if CAPSMAN interfaces are displayed on the startup screen. Only wlans are shown - and of course display '0 devices connected' since all clients are managed by CAPS. So the wlans are effectively not even active. Please add "managed by CAPSMAN" type messages with the SSID and frequency - as displayed in winbox.
A good early functional version and I believe great things to come from this app and mikrotik.
Ignore all negative reviews and try it
I didn't install this before, after reading some negative reviews. I wasn't sure if it's an official MikroTik app or not. But it turned out a false alarm. It actually works very nice and it's an official Mikrotik app. I wouldn't buy TikTools app if I knew this earlier. There's still rooms for improvement though and making the interface a bit more intuitive.
Good to have, not best
It’s good to have a Mikrotik app, but it’s not even close to the web interface, especially on an iPad.
A few (IMO important) quirks:
1) No landscape mode on the iPad? What is going on? It used to work, if I remember correctly. Now, out of nowhere, it’s stuck on portrait mode. It’s not good and I already have an aching neck.
2) I can see the registered devices on each wireless interface very neatly on the first screen. Good. But I can’t do anything (like remove them etc)??? Why is that? Is it just half-baked?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.