MikroTik is happy to announce MikroTik User Meeting in Lagos, Nigeria, today, November 28, 2017.
MikroTik Router operating system and software offer a new and exciting alternative to traditional brand name router solutions.
Purpose of the Meeting. 
This will be a meeting that will present strategies for deploying new and innovative MikroTik RouterOS and RouterBoard hardware applications.
The Mikrotik User Meeting (MUM) is tag to be the single largest gathering of Mikrotik and RouterOS users. This meeting affords Corporate network engineers, Internet Service Providers and Companies with MikroTik related products and services and also those who are deploying Mikrotik OS equipments, the opportunity to meet and hear directly from Mikrotik GEMs and well as, exhibit network accessories built to work with Mikrotik equipments.
 This year’s MUM has been scheduled to hold across three cities in African – Lagos (Nigeria), Nairobi (Kenya), and and Yaounde (Cameroon). The Lagos MUM is holding today.
The meeting agenda, time and spokespersons were as follows:

10:00     Opening and introduction, new products by MikroTik by Sergejs Boginskis (MikroTik) 
10:45     IPV6 MikroTik Implementation by Mani Raissdana 
11:30     Secured IP Telephony by Dapo Omolokun   
12:00     Cloud Based Network monitoring and Users Authentication by Bamidele Richard Amire (NISTech Ltd, Nigeria)  
14:00     Securing Connections with SSL Certificates in Router OS by Magnus Ezugu
14:45     Starting a low-budget WISP using Mikrotik by Elia Fiumalbo Tino Spadoni (Spadhausen Internet Provider, Italy) 
15:30     Port Forwarding to SIP by Ajibola Olayemi (Biztech Infrastructure Systems Limited, Nigeria) 
15:45     QoS & Bandwidth Management in RouterOS v6.x by Oluyinka Thomas 
16:15     Wireless Single SSID by Tokunbo Omolokun. 

Discussion was based on the following:

Where and how MikroTik RouterOS is being used.
New plans for enterprise routing applications.
Innovative ideas and strategies.

New opportunities for MikroTik products and services .

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