If you add some interfaces to this list, you allow MAC Winbox to that interface. Disabled (disabled=yes) item means that interface is not allowed to accept MAC Winbox sessions on that interface. Example To enable MAC Winbox server on ether1 interface only: [email protected] tool mac-server mac-winbox print Flags: X - disabled # INTERFACE 0 all. Jul 30, 2020 Mikrotik Winbox Para Mac Os X Intel K4m1k4z3 B I. I have complied “winbox” by mikrotik with wine in order to make it usable on mac. Download one of the versions below (i recommend the newest). You can run the app from anywhere but i recommend moving it to your applications folder. Let me know if you have any issues.Was wondering if anyone has had success getting Winbox to run on a Mac running Mac OS X 10.6.3.
I have a MacBook Pro (the new 13-inch model that just came out, unibody 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) which is running Snow Leopard (Mac OS X10.6.3) and an older iMac (White 17' Intel Core Duo) running Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5.. X11 is installed on the iMac running Leopard and I downloaded the pre-packaged Winebox version of the Winbox app from the Wiki and it worked. X11 automatically opened as well when I clicked to open the app and came up to the Connect window. I did not actually connect to a RouterBOARD to test full functionality, but I'm just trying to get my MacBook running Snow Leopard to that point. The Snow Leopard machine did not have X11 on it at first so I put in my Install DVD and loaded X11. When I click on the Winbox app the icon pops up on the dock and the Menu Bar gives me the same Wine options as when I run it on the Leopard machine, but the Connect window never appears. X11 does not open like it does on the Leopard machine and even if I open X11 manually and then run the app, I still never see the Connect window.
Anyone have any suggestions or links to How-To's that get Winbox working on Snow Leopard (as close to natively as possible). I don't want to have to hack my machine to pieces to get Winbox working in OS X. In that case, I'll just create a Boot Camp partition and install Windows, but I just hate to install Windows on my machine for one simple app, not to mention I won't have access to my E-mail, preferred web browser, Skype, etc. when I'm in a board configuring or troubleshooting.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Applies to RouterOS:2.9, v3, v4
MAC telnet is used to provide access to a router that has no IP address set. It works just like IP telnet. MAC telnet is possible between two MikroTik RouterOS routers only.
- 2MAC Telnet Server
- 3MAC WinBox Server
- 4MAC Scan
- 5MAC Telnet Client
- Packages required: system
- License required: Level1
- Submenu level: /tool, /tool mac-server
- Standards and Technologies: MAC Telnet
- Hardware usage: Not significant
MAC Telnet Server
- Submenu level: /tool mac-server
- interface (name all; default: all) - interface name to which the mac-server clients will connect
There is an interface list in this submenu level. If you add some interfaces to this list, you allow MAC telnet to that interface. Disabled (disabled=yes) item means that interface is not allowed to accept MAC telnet sessions on that interface. all interfaces iss the default setting to allow MAC teltet on any interface.Example
To enable MAC telnet server on ether1 interface only:
MAC WinBox Server
- Submenu level: /tool mac-server mac-winbox
- interface (name all; default: all) - interface name to which it is alowed to connect with Winbox using MAC-based protocol
There is an interface list in this submenu level. If you add some interfaces to this list, you allow MAC Winbox to that interface. Disabled (disabled=yes) item means that interface is not allowed to accept MAC Winbox sessions on that interface.Example
To enable MAC Winbox server on ether1 interface only:
Monitoring Active Session List
- Submenu level: /tool mac-server sessions
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- interface (read-only: name) - interface to which the client is connected to
- src-address (read-only: MAC address) - client's MAC address
- uptime (read-only: time) - how long the client is connected to the server
To see active MAC Telnet sessions:
- Command name: /tool mac-scan
This command discovers all devices, which support MAC telnet protocol on the given network.
- (name) - interface name to perform the scan on
MAC Telnet Client
Command name: /tool mac-telnetProperty Description(MAC address) - MAC address of a compatible device