How to Enable or Disable Ethernet at Mikrotik with Command Line Interface (CLI)

Today, my friend learn to me about "How to Enable or Disable Ethernet Interface at Mikrotik with Command Line Interface (CLI)". Here, I will share you about that.

Step by step will be done :
- Open "Command Prompt" in "Start Menu" --> run --> cmd --> enter
- Type "telnet" command with your Mikrotik IP Address --> enter
- Type your log in account, example : admin --> enter
- Type your password --> enter
- In "admin prompt", type "int" (interface) --> enter
- In "admin > interface", type "pr" (print) --> enter (to show all of Ethernet interface)
- Choose number of Ethernet interface which your want to enable or disable. Here, I choose of Ethernet number 3
- In "admin > interface", type "dis 3" (disable Ethernet number 3) or "ena 3" (enable Ethernet number 3)
- In "admin > interface", type "pr" (print) --> enter (to show all of Ethernet interface). On screen display you will see of Ethernet number 3 will be done to disable.
- Finally, in "admin > interface", type "/quit" --> enter (to exit from telnet program)

For more detail about that, see the picture below :




























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1 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks! Just locked myself out of my MT (like an idiot I disabled the port I was using!)

Hopefully this works on the serial terminal as well. Will find out in the morning.

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