On the LAN-1 interface, I went with 10.0.0.253 because my current router is .254 and I'll be changing that once this router is working successfully.
SurferTim wrote:No problem as long as the interface networks are not identical. ether2 is ok for ssh into the router. It better be. That is what I use most of the time! Assign 10.0.2.1/24 to the LAN-1 interface. Then get on the LAN-1 interface with a 10.0.2.x/24 ip, and
SurferTim wrote:Yes it is. Easy.
/ip firewall nat
add chain=srcnat action=src-nat to-addresses=10.0.0.46
This will srcnat all localnet ips as 10.0.0.46. I normally would use "action=masquerade", but since there are two ips assigned to WAN-0 (ether1), that is unpredictable.
ADD: This applies only if 10.0.0.46/24 is a "persistent ip" (you always get that ip by dhcp).
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