MikroTik Certified Wireless Engineer

After taking this course, students will be able to identify the correct choice of wireless equipment to implement and troubleshoot complex wireless networks. Topics include: backhaul links, bridging (using STP, RSTP),PtP, PtMP, WDS and Mesh with HWMP, and routing protocols.


Good For

Anybody who wants to improve knowledge about MikroTik proprietary wireless standards.


  • Knowledge of TCP/IP
  • Completed MTCNA course

Course Outline

Wireless Installations

Wireless Routers

  • RouterBoard Hardware

Wireless Cards

Antenna Types

Wireless Standard

802.11 a/b/g/n

Bands and channel width


Wireless Tools

Wireless Tools + LAB

  • Scan
  • Frequency usage
  • Spectral Scan/History
  • Snooper
  • Align
  • Sniffer

Wireless Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting wireless clients + LAB

  • Registration table analysis
  • Ack-Timeout/Distance
  • CCQ
  • TX/RX Signal Strength
  • Frames and HW-frames
  • Data-rates

Wireless Advanced Settings

Advanced Wireless Tab settings + LAB

  • HW-retries
  • HW-protection
  • Adaptive-noise-immunity


Country regulation settings

TX-power + LAB



802.11n wireless protocol + LAB

  • Features
  • Data Rates
  • Channel Bonding
  • Frame Aggregation
  • TX-power for N cards
  • Chain settings
  • Wireless link debugging

Wireless Security

Wireless Security Measures + LAB

  • Access Management
  • Access-List/Connect-List
  • Authentication
  • Encryption
  • EAP
  • Management Frame Protection


Wireless WDS protocol + LAB

  • Dynamic/Static WDS
  • RSTP Bridge

Wireless MESH + LAB

  • HWMP+ Mesh

Wireless Bridging

Wireless Transparent Bridge + LAB

  • WDS bridging
  • AP/Station-WDS
  • Pseudobridge
  • MPLS/VPLS tunnel

Nstreme Protocol

MikroTik Wireless Nstreme Protocol + LAB

  • Features
  • Configuration options
  • Nstreme Dual
  • Troubleshooting

Nv2 Protocol

MikroTik Wireless Nv2 Protocol + LAB

  • Features
  • Configuration options
  • Troubleshooting

At the end of the course there will be time for review and questions before the test is administered.