Mikrotik Routers

Are you searching for a professional quality router ? You want to acquire a router for your home or your business? Discover the wide choice of Mikrotik routers at Azurtem Shop.

Why do I need a network router ?

Buying a router can offer several benefits, especially if you want to set up a home network. Here are some reasons why you might consider buying a router:

Internet Connection Sharing: If you have multiple devices (such as computers, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, gaming consoles, etc.) that need internet access, a router allows you to share your internet connection among all these devices.

Wireless Connectivity: Most routers today provide wireless access, allowing devices to connect to the internet without the need for cables. This provides flexibility in device placement and reduces clutter.

Improved Security: Routers often come with built-in security features such as firewalls and encryption protocols, which help protect your network and connected devices from cyber threats.

Parental Controls: Many routers offer parental control features, allowing you to manage and restrict internet access for certain devices or users in your household.

Guest Network: Routers often support the creation of guest networks, which allow visitors to access the internet without having access to your main network, thus enhancing security.

Better Performance: Routers can help optimize internet speeds and network performance, especially if you have a fast internet connection and multiple devices competing for bandwidth.

Network Storage and Printing: Some routers have USB ports that allow you to connect external storage devices or printers, turning them into network-accessible resources that can be shared among devices on your network.

Smart Home Integration: If you have smart home devices like smart bulbs, thermostats, or security cameras, a router can serve as the backbone of your smart home network, allowing you to control and manage these devices from anywhere.

What type of router should I get ?

There are several types of computer routers that meet your needs and your IT structure. Azurtem offers you a choice of quality for each of these routers.

The Ethernet router - wired router

An Ethernet router forwards data packets between different network segments. It determines the best path for data to travel between devices on the local network and devices on remote networks, such as the internet. The router’s Ethernet ports allow devices like computers, printers, gaming consoles, and smart home devices to connect to the router using Ethernet cables.

Ethernet routers are commonly used in scenarios where a wired network connection is preferred or required, such as in offices, businesses, or areas with a high density of wired devices. They provide reliable and high-speed Ethernet connectivity for devices that do not need or support Wi-Fi.

The Cloud Core Router (CCR)

CCR routers are designed for high-performance routing tasks, typically used in large-scale networks, data centers, ISPs (Internet Service Providers), and enterprise environments.

These routers are built to handle heavy traffic loads and complex routing operations. They often feature advanced routing protocols, extensive networking capabilities, and high-speed interfaces like 10 Gigabit Ethernet and fiber optic connections. CCR routers are known for their reliability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness, making them popular choices for demanding networking environments.

Power over Ethernet router (PoE)

A PoE router is a networking device that not only routes data packets between networks but also has the capability to supply power to PoE-enabled devices such as IP cameras, wireless access points, and VoIP phones, simplifying network deployments and reducing clutter caused by additional power cables.

The wireless router - Wifi router

A wireless router serves as a central hub for connecting devices within a local area network (LAN) and providing access to the internet via Wi-Fi. It plays a crucial role in enabling wireless connectivity and facilitating communication between wired and wireless devices.

hAP mini
Tiny size home 2.4Ghz AP with three LAN ports
hAP lite classic
Low cost home wireless AP with dual chain 2.4GHz wireless, powered by USBBrochure: hAP lite classic
Spare 12V 5A internal power supply for : CRS354-48G-4S+2Q+RM, CRS312-4C+8XG-RM, CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS, CCR1016-12S (r2)
mAP lite
Tiny 2.4GHz Dual Chain access point with a 650MHz CPU, 64MB RAM and one Ethernet
Be prepared for the unexpected with the backup hot-swappable fans for recent devices, such as the CCR2216.

Dual-Chain 2.4GHz micro AP, 650MHz CPU, 64MB RAM, 2xEthernet, PoE out
Hot-swap power supply: replace the CCR2004 power supply without having to turn off or even restart the router => zero downtime
Brochure: G1040A-60WN
DC Telecom ±48V Open frame power supply with 12V 7A output for : CCR1016 (r2), CCR1036 (r2), CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS and CRS326-24S+2Q+RM
hAP ac lite
Dual-Concurrent 2.4/5GHz AP, 802.11ac, Five Ethernet ports, PoE-out on port 5, USB for 3G/4G support
hAP ax lite
Gen6 wireless on a budget – tiny, fast, and strong enough to harvest the power of RouterOS v7

Brochure: hAPaxlite.pdf
Spare 12V 10.8A internal power supply for : CRS326-24S+2Q+RM, CCR2116-12G-4S+, CCR1036-8G-2S+ (r2)