Yes, it’s finally happened, ZeroTier is now available on MikroTik routers as part of the standard RouterOS installation. This also means that ZeroTier now has a recommended hardware platform for people who want ZeroTier-enabled routers and other hardware networking devices, especially for small and medium business applications.
Per the MikroTik forum:
*RC2 package available here: https://box.mikrotik.com/f/c9a303113884413bbdca/?dl=1
But from the next v7 release, it will be included in the release system (all packages ZIP archive).
To join a Zerotier network, it is as simple as this:*
[normis@Home] /zerotier/interface> add network=YYYYYYYYY instance=zt1 [normis@Home] /zerotier>enable zt1
MikroTik now joins Ubiquiti, Teltonika Networks, OpenWrt, and OPNsense on our list of supported 3rd party networking firmware and routers. If you are a networking hardware or software provider interested in integrating ZeroTier, let us know.
Update 07 December 2021: MikroTik has officially announced the release of RouterOS v7! Watch the announcement clip below featuring ZeroTier.