So I went through the basic setup and it loaded the default script that makes eth1 as the WAN and the rest as LAN bridge. I have a customer that moving from a different router and has a setup that I need to migrate to this router (I tried reaching the local consultant but he did not answer the phone)
I need to change the network from 88.x to 1.x to begin with (Can I just change the DHCP server range or there is other things I need to do?)
Customer have 5 static internet IPs. One is the main one for the router and 2 others are allocated base on MAC addresses of the devices (eth2 going straight to office switch)
He also discuss to setup eth3 with it's own subnet and allocate a different public IP for that group (Will use for APs)
I do not have a problem to pay for someone who can remote in to help me set it up.