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MIKROTIK RB1100AHx2 Rack mountable Dual Core Router with RouterOS Level 6 (2Gb RAM)

RouterBOARD 1100AHx2, RB1100AHx2, PowerPC 1066MHz Freescale QorIQ P2020 communications processor with hardware encryption, 2.0GB DDR2 RAM standard. 13 Gigabit ethernet ports, RouterOS Level 6, true 1U rack mount case and power supply included.

Mikrotik's best performing 1U rackmount Gigabit Ethernet router. With a dual core CPU, it can reach up to a million packets per second.

It has thirteen individual gigabit Ethernet ports, two 5-port switch groups, and includes Ethernet bypass capability. 2GB of SODIMM RAM are included, there is one microSD card slot, a beeper and a serial port. The RB1100AH comes preinstalled in a 1U aluminium rackmount case, assembled and ready to deploy.

Product specifications

Product code RB1100AH
CPU speed 1066MHz
Current Monitor No
CPU P2010
Max Power consumption 20W
Architecture PPC
LAN ports 13
Gigabit Yes
MiniPCI 0
Integrated Wireless 0
Memory Cards 1
Memory card type microSD
Power Jack 110/220V
802.3af support no
PoE 12-24VDC
Voltage Monitor Yes
PCB temperature monitor Yes
CPU temperature monitor Yes
Dimensions 1U case: 44 x 176 x 442 mm, 1200g. Board only: 365g
Operating System RouterOS
Temperature range -25℃ to +65℃
RouterOS License Level6

Ethernet throughput

RB1100AH @1066MHz (3 port test) 64 byte frames 512 byte frames 1518 byte frames
IP Firewall Conntrack Mode Mbps Fps Mbps Fps Mbps Fps
off off Bridging 247.81 484000 1862.45 454700 2950.99 243000
on off Routing 184.32 360000 1445.89 353000 2950.99 243000
on off Bridging 117.91 230300 897.02 219000 2368.08 195000
on on Routing 117.76 230000 913.41 223000 2532.02 208500
on on Bridging 80.9 158000 626.69 153000 1773.02 146000
  1. All throughput tests done with Xena Networks specialized test system and RouterOS v5, according RFC2544, with Ethernet frame sizes 64, 512, 1518 bytes.
    Each board is tested with specified number of Ethernet interfaces, to ensure optimal load on hardware.
  2. Values in Italics indicate that the maximum possible throughput was reached, limited only by ethernet ports themselves.