/ip firewall nat add chain=srcnat src-address=192.168.0.50/32 action=src-nat to-addresses=[public IP] to-ports=0-65535 disabled=no
Beautiful. That works perfectly. Thanks!The parameter you are looking for is "Framed-Pool". This one allows you to send the name of the ip pool to use to your RouterOS machine in an Access-Accept message.
Interesting. I'll try that tonight.Actually there was also an issue with multi-addressed interfaces, arp and hotspot that i discovered today and... wow! today the released 2.9.2 that fixes it! Did you read my mind?