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Cloud Management for MikroTik.

ISPApp is excited to announce the world’s only software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for centrally managing many MikroTik RouterOS devices from your own central cloud server. MikroTik’s routers lead the WISP industry in versatility and value. Now, combined with ISPApp, you will be able to monitor, manage, configure, and send commands to all your MikroTik routers from your own private cloud controller.

With the click of a button you can launch your dedicated server with a private cloud dashboard for monitoring and managing all your MikroTik routers in real-time.

LAUNCH

Quickly Install New Subscribers

Your field technicians and installers can click and drag the ISPApp client script into Winbox to automatically configure a new subscriber's Wi-Fi router.

After importing the script your MikroTik routers will automatically “phone home” and get their configurations from your private server including the Wi-Fi name and password.

Works With Your Existing MikroTik Devices

By request ISPApp will bulk onboard your existing network devices so you can monitor, manage, and control all your existing RouterOS devices from your ISPApp dashboard. This also standardizes your device configurations across your network and simplifies troubleshooting and saves time when adding or replacing equipment.

Identify Internet vs Wi-Fi Problems

ISPApp shows the live and historical status of MikroTik RouterOS devices including their online availability, latency, bandwidth utilization, the Wi-Fi signal strength, and number of connected stations.

Performance Monitoring

Quickly and easily identify performance and reliability issues with MikroTik devices. Your MikroTik devices will send their performance data to your private server on scheduled intervals. This performance data includes round trip latency to internet servers, bandwidth utilization, and wireless signal strength.

Offline Alerts

When a device fails to send an update to the server then ISPApp sends alerts to your admin team.

Overall Online Availability

ISPApp charts device online availability and outages. When a device is 100% for the day then it will be represented by a solid green block. Outages are represented by shades of yellow, orange and red.

Ping Plotter

Ping charts allow you to instantly identify internet connectivity performance issues. Once installed the ISPApp clients automatically generate ping charts with round trip time (RTT) values from your devices to internet servers located in multiple continents. Problems with bandwidth congestion or internet connectivity cause high spikes in the response time values and packet loss.

System Uptime

System uptime shows you how long the device has been powered on and the system uptime counter is reset when the device is power cycled. System uptime is useful to identify physical problems with the device and local power interruptions.

RouterOS Web Shell

The web shell in ISPApp allows you to remotely send commands to your devices.

You can easily perform routine network management tasks like upgrading packages and firmware, changing passwords, enabling or disabling RoMON, and disabling and restricting IP service ports.

The web shell uses the MikroTik RouterOS HTTPS fetch tool. This allows you to securely send commands to devices even if they are behind NAT firewalls. With ISPApp you can control your devices even if you don’t manage the network and firewalls. This shows the output of an “/ip cloud print” command:

The web shell displays a warning that the “Router is behind a NAT. Remote connection might not work.” However, this is not a problem for ISPApp. If the device has internet connectivity then you will be able to manage it with ISPApp.

Versatile Hardware

MikroTik is a leader in the network equipment industry. They have extremely diverse and versatile product lines that include customer premises equipment (CPE) for 5G/LTE, fixed wireless, and fiber-optic deployments, Many MikroTik devices have POE-in and POE-out ports so they can be used as outside ONUs in a PON installation or as inside Wi-Fi routers. MikroTik also has one of the most complete and cost effective 60 GHz 802.11 AD solution on the market.

Enterprise Routers and Switches

MikroTik also makes fabulous routers and switches for enterprise. These include 10G rdatacenter routers, POE and fiber switches, and 10G fanless routers with integrated Wi-Fi.

RouterOS

MikroTik doesn’t just make great hardware, MikroTik’s RouterOS is also amazing. RouterOS includes support for MPLS, BGP and OSPF routing protocols for redundant internet connectivity, Network administrators can configure RouterOS devices using data link layer tools like MAC-Telnet, ROMON and Winbox. These allow network administrators to configure IP connectivity

MikroTik’s RouterOS

Uniquely, ISPApp provides real-time and historical performance charts for latency, Wi-Fi signal strength, signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR), bandwidth utilization, and online availability and stores this data for a full year.

Subscribers often don’t understand the difference between slow and intermittent Wi-Fi connectivity and slow and intermittent internet connectivity and subscribers hate calling for support. It is easier for them to switch providers than work with your support staff to fix their frustrations.

ISPApp launched the world’s first software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for Internet Service Providers (ISPs.)Our revolutionary new platform enables the rapid delivery of services to ISP subscribers, decreases the total cost of infrastructure deployments, and increases the expected lifetime value of subscribers.

ISPApp uniquely allows ISPs to sign up with the click of a button. Using cloud technology, a secure, private server automatically launches, just for that ISP. The ISPApp dashboard controls the network equipment and the subscribers' real-time experiences. The ISP can easily see each device's performance and history.

ISPApp makes it effortless to onboard existing network equipment or expand a network with bulk network automation tools. The network devices (such as gateways, access points, stations, switches, or routers) are loaded with client packages or scripts which send the devices' performance data to the secure private server at routine intervals. The server keeps the secure connections alive to send commands and configurations back to the devices. The ISPApp dashboard displays dynamic charts and reports of the aggregated performance data of the entire network.