For home, I use an RB850Gx2 for ethernet connections and an mAP L-2nD for wireless.
Which is the best solution to "bond" them together in one single network IP class ?
Right now, RB850Gx2, for LAN, have assigned 192.168.78.0/24 and, in this local network, 192.168.78.252 is assigned to mAP L-2nD which, on wireless, create it's own network 192.168.88.0/24.
I want that mAP L-2nD to not have his own network, both equipment to be on 192.168.78.0/24 IP range.
First I tought about CPE mode on mAP L-2nD, but this config connect to a wireless network, and extend it, as far I understand. I need to "extend" ethernet port throu wireless, not another wireless network.
Second option is to disable DHCP on mAP L-2nD assign 192.168.78.xxx/28 IP to wlan1 interface and, by DHCP relay, use DHCP server from RB850Gx2. I don't need many IPs available to wireless use.
Third option: It is possible to use capsman on RB850Gx2 and controll mAP L-2nD ?
I am interested to best solution because I intend to access NAS server from laptop to backup data often, (only wireless available), so speed and efficiency is important.
I am open to suggestions. Thank you!