The community standards change. At the time this site started, the requirement for vendor support of the hardware wasn't in place. There are some questions and answers on the site that no longer meet the current standards set by the community. It just happens that MikroTik equipment is one of those. Unfortunately, it would be a huge effort to track down and close all the currently off-topic questions that have been answered on Network Engineering. In an ideal world, we would probably remove all those questions and related tags, but nobody really has the time.
Also, your question is really about a residential network, and that is something else that is off-topic. Each SE site maintains a What topics can I ask about here? section in its Help Center, and that sections explains what is on-topic for the site.
As it says in that section:
Network Engineering Stack Exchange is for asking questions about
professionally managed networks in a business environment.
The reason Network Engineering was established was to allow network professionals a place to ask and answer those types of questions without wading through all the other question on Super User or Server Fault, where networking is also supported. Network Engineering and Server Fault support professionals, and those professionals have created standards for their respective sites. There is some overlap on the three sites, and even with Stack Overflow, to the degree that some network engineers on Network Engineering also offer help on those other sites.
We have tried to be courteous about your question being off-topic for Network Engineering, and a couple of people have directed you to Super User. It has been my experience that is more than you would get on Server Fault if you ask about home networking there, and it is certainly not the abuse you may get (as I have seen happen) on Stack Overflow.
The Super User community does a pretty good job of supporting home networking and consumer-grade devices.