routery router status routeryThis bookmark gives you an overview of routers in the system.

Displayed information is subject to an active router interface.



Click on this icon to open a menu, in which you can check columns to be displayed (Table settings), columns to be printed (Print settings), and Search settings. Then press Save and iconoffright. Display configuration is saved for each administrator separately.


icon info2 Uncheck unused columns to speed the loading of the page up.


All entries can be sorted by every displayed column. Click on column name to display the list by the requested column. Click once to sort in ascending order, twice for descending order.

  Extended statement It will display router identity - its name from Winbox, not ISPadmin. The following icons are also displayed: FIREWALL, DHCP, MACFILTER, WLAN FILTER, and RADIUS. Inactive settings is highlighted in grey, e.g. FIREWALL. It also displays information about Current/Available firmware.



Online status

■ online
■ offline

icon connect It will test connection to router and connected devices (Ping test, SNMP test, SSH test, API test).
Title Click on the name to display router in Hardware Routers All, where you can also edit it.
IP IP address of device
Version OS version of the installed system
Uptime Uptime from the last reboot
Status Status of the following services: SNMP, SSH, API, and IPv6. Active service is in green, e.g. SNMP.
WiFi Online Number of connected WIFI clients; click on it to display a list of WIFI clients.
Arch Processor architecture
Frequency Processor frequency
Serial number Routerboard serial number
Software ID MikroTik license ID
CPU load/Disk usage/RAM memory usage Click on % to display daily/weekly/monthly/yearly graphs.
UPC/Voltage If there is a UPS device connected to MikroTik router (driver is installed correctly) and UPS is recognized, so the system is able to monitor UPS voltage and send notification e-mail in case of power outage. If UPS is connected, the column Voltage shows a current UPS voltage. Click on the voltage value to display a detailed graph. In case of power outage, the system sends an email defined in Settings System Settings General, ID admin_email.
Bad blocks Number of error blocks of flash memory for MikroTik routers
Temperature Routerboard temperature (valid for some MikroTik routers only) - click on the value to display graphs.

Tips on how to use this documentation



Searching required information is possible either via structured menu which is divided into sections, or via full-text search of the entire contents of this on-line documentation.

This aid will make it possible for you to find out where exactly you are at the moment.

If, for example, the following appears beneath the main menu - ISPadmin Wiki / ENG / Client management / Menu - CLIENTS / Clients / Message Board / Groups - it means that you are:


  • in the Wiki documentation of the ISPadmin system
  • in its English localization
  • in the Client management section
  • in the Clients tab
  • in the Message board subtab
  • in the Groups sub-subtab


It contains newly added functionalities and modifications of the system which are displayed by versions and issue date. Changelog articles are also displayed in individual sections / pages of the documentation which relate to new functionality or modification. 

Basic orientation

You will find a welcoming menu with basic instruction on trying / implementing / using below. 


Frequently asked questions along with most important procedures and settings are listed in FAQ section. 


Items which refer to real system menu are highlighted in corresponding colour, including their graphical background. Eg. Invoicing Settings Templates Reminders. This is also a working reference to an article. 


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