I managed to set up a MikroTik router for our restaurant. I have two problems:
1. I would like to block access for our customers using Hotspot to try accessing DSL Modem.
2. I've set up Wireless in my home, and it worked as it should but when I've moved the router to the destination location I can't connect to it. I'm using a MacBook.
Ok so my setup is like this:
DSL Router with DHCP server (192.168.1.1) -> MikroTiK
- ether1 - a DHCP Client for the DSL router (WAN)
ether2 - a DHCP Server for LAN 192.168.2.0/24
ether3 - a DHCP Server for TP-Link Router with the Hotspot 192.168.4.0/24
ether4 - off
ether5 - off
wlan1 - bridged with ether2
DHCP Server 192.168.5.0/24 - using 2 ethernet ports for Apple TV
On WiFi there is a Hotspot DHCP Server 188.8.131.52 (or something like that)
I do not want my clients connected to the Hotspot to try to hack in to Mikrotik - I manged to do that using Firewall rules. But also I do not want for them to have access to the DSL router as it security is weak but it's also WAN gateway.
I would like to connect to the service Wireless but I can't with my macos :/ I could in my home, and almost nothing changed.
How to make this happen and how to fix the WiFi problem ?