Thats what's firewall rules, VRF's or routing policy rules are for
The number 3) VLAN, is the switch going to be default gateway for that as well?
That often solved with SNMP counters and PVLAN/NNI-UNI for customer to customer isolation.statistics collection (usage), and Layer 2 client isolation.
Users that don't know why they need a router of their own - usually sticks with the ISP provided one.But you can ask "select your country and ISP from this list".
Then you are doing it wrong. You should do the configuration under /interface ethernet switchAbut we stuck on the switch itself as the hardware offload turned-off when we activated vlan-filtering.
Fun feature, but why? Who absolutly needs valid certificates for the www-ssl service, and can not do it separatly?!) added support for Let's Encrypt certificate generation;
/ip firewall nat add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-port=80 in-interface-list=WAN log=yes protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.1.20
There is for certainly many millions of dollars put in to R&D there.
/ip address add address=10.3.0.254/24 interface=bridge1 network=10.3.0.0
/system logging action set remote remote=192.168.xxx.xxx /system logging add action=remote topics=info add action=remote topics=warning add action=remote topics=error add action=remote topics=critical
+1Small DIN switches.. Wide input DC power. It'd be nice to be able to mount small switches on walls in closets, cabinets, backboards, industrial situations, etc...