How to deal with MikroTik can not be accessed from Ubuntu

How to deal with MikroTik can not be accessed from Ubuntu

To access Mikrotik can use various methods such as through the Winbox, SSH, or Web (HTTP) application. Mikrotik access via SSH and Web (HTTP) can be done if the Mikrotik network interface has been given an IP Address. If there is no IP Address, we can use Winbox which can detect MAC Address from Mikrotik.

How to access Mikrotik
How to access Mikrotik (Source: MTCNA Module by Supono)

But accessing Mikrotik without an IP Address through Winbox can only function on the Windows operating system. For Linux-based operating systems we can use MAC-Telnet. For example I access Mikrotik through the mactelnet-client application on Ubuntu.

MAC-Telnet on Ubuntu

Install MAC-Telnet client on Ubuntu.

Access MikroTik with the MAC-Telnet client.

Command: mactelnet [mac-address-mikrotik] -u [admin]

Accessing Mikrotik on Ubuntu via MAC-Telnet
Accessing Mikrotik on Ubuntu via MAC-Telnet

After successfully logging in via MAC-Telnet, give the IP Address on the Mikrotik network interface so that it can be accessed via Winbox on Linux.

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