If I understood it correctly, I can separate ports under Bridge?
There are two external DHCP/DNS/Gateway servers:
Server 1 has the IP: 192.168.2.1/24
Server 2 has the IP: 192.168.3.1/24
On the MikroTik CRS326-24G now two port groups should be set up:
Group1: ether1 to ether8
Group2: ether9 to ether16
Group1 must not communicate with Group2.
Group2 must not communicate with Group1.
In MikroTik I have set it this way:
1. under Bridge->Ports: two bridges created and this BridgeGroup1 and BridgeGroup2 named
2. then under Bridge->Ports: assign ether1 to ether8 to BridgeGroup1 and assign ether9 to ether16 to BridgeGroup2
3. IP->DHCP-Client Add New and selected under Interface BridgeGroup1
4. IP->DHCP-Client Add New and selected under Interface BridgeGroup2
DHCP Server1 is connected to ether1
DHCP Server2 is connected to ether9
If I now connect a PC with ether2, the PC gets an IP from "DHCP Server1" assigned
And if I connect another PC to ether10 then the PC gets an IP from "DHCP Server2" assigned
Is the configuration correct?