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ip hotspot
Menu is designed to manage HotSpot servers of the router. It is possible to run HotSpot on Ethernet, wireless, VLAN and bridge interfaces. One HotSpot server is allowed per interface. When HotSpot is configured on bridge interface, set HotSpot interface as bridge interface not as bridge port, do not add public interfaces to bridge ports. You can add HotSpot servers manually to /ip hotspot menu, but it is advised to run /ip hotspot setup, that adds all necessary settings.
   •   name (text) : HotSpot server's name or identifier
   •   address-pool (name / none; default: none) : address space used to change HotSpot client any IP address to a valid address. Useful for providing public network access to mobile clients that are not willing to change their networking settings
   •   idle-timeout (time / none; default: 5m) : period of inactivity for unauthorized clients. When there is no traffic from this client (literally client computer should be switched off), once the timeout is reached, user is dropped from the HotSpot host list, its used address becomes available
   •   keepalive-timeout (time / none; default: none) : Value of how long host can stay out of reach to be removed from the HotSpot.
   •   login-timeout (time / none; default: none) : period of time after which if host hasn't been authorized it self with system the host entry gets deleted from host table. Loop repeats until host logs in the system. Enable if there are situations where host cannot login after being to long in host table unauthorized.
   •   interface (name of interface) : interface to run HotSpot on
   •   addresses-per-mac (integer / unlimited; default: 2) : number of IP addresses allowed to be bind with the MAC address, when multiple HotSpot clients connected with one MAC-address
   •   profile (name; default: default) - HotSpot server default HotSpot profile, which is located in /ip hotspot profile
keepalive-timeout (read-only; time) : the exact value of the keepalive-timeout, that is applied for user. Value shows how long host can stay out of reach to be removed from the HotSpot
ip hotspot active
HotSpot active menu shows all clients authenticated in HotSpot, menu is informational it is not possible to change anything here.
   •   server (read-only; name) : HotSpot server name client is logged in
   •   user (read-only; name) : name of the HotSpot user
   •   domain (read-only; text) : domain of the user (if split from username), parameter is used only with RADIUS authentication
   •   address (read-only; IP address) : IP address of the HotSpot user
   •   mac-address (read-only; MAC-address) : MAC-address of the HotSpot user
   •   login-by (read-only; multiple choice: cookie / http-chap / http-pap / https / mac / mac / trial) : authentication method used by HotSpot client
   •   uptime (read-only; time) : current session time of the user, it is showing how long user has been logged in
   •   idle-time (read-only; time) : the amount of time user has been idle
   •   session-time-left (read-only; time) : the exact value of session-time, that is applied for user. Value shows how long user is allowed to be online to be logged of automatically by uptime reached
   •   idle-timeout (read-only; time) : the exact value of the user's idle-timeout
   •   keepalive-timeout (read-only; time) : the exact value of the keepalive-timeout, that is applied for user. Value shows how long host can stay out of reach to be removed from the HotSpot
   •   limit-bytes-in (read-only; integer) : value shows how many bytes received from the client, option is active when the appropriate parameter is configured for HotSpot user
   •   limit-bytes-out (read-only; integer) : value shows how many bytes send to the client, option is active when the appropriate parameter is configured for HotSpot user
   •   limit-bytes-total (read-only; integer) : value shows how many bytes total were send/received from client, option is active when the appropriate parameter is configured for HotSpot user
ip hotspot host
Host table lists all computers connected to the HotSpot server. Host table is informational and it is not possible to change any value there
   •   mac-address (read-only; MAC-address) : HotSpot user MAC-address
   •   address (read-only; IP address) : HotSpot client original IP address
   •   to-address (read-only; IP address) : New client address assigned by HotSpot, it might be the same as original address
   •   server (read-only; name) : HotSpot server name client is connected to
   •   bridge-port (read-only; name) : /interface bridge port client connected to, value is unknown when HotSpot is not configured on the bridge
   •   uptime (read-only; time) : value shows how long user is online (connected to the HotSpot)
   •   idle-time (read-only; time) : time user has been idle
   •   idle-timeout (read-only; time) : value of the client idle-timeout (unauthorized client)
   •   keeaplive-timeout (read-only; time) : keepalive-timeout value of the unauthorized client
   •   bytes-in (read-only; integer) : amount of bytes received from unauthorized client
   •   packet-in (read-only; integer) : amount of packets received from unauthorized client
   •   bytes-out (read-only; integer) : amount of bytes send to unauthorized client
   •   packet-out (read-only; integer) : amount of packets send to unauthorized client