I have a RB4011 and it works well on AT&T Fiber but I've started working from home and encountered some slow speeds on it that I put on my last thread, I am temporarily using my Ubiquiti ER4 and have a solid 940/942.
After thinking it over and my employer assigning to work at home permanently, I think CCR2004 would be worth a try so I preordered one.
My question goes, I know normally for two routers to avoid double nat a static route would be used like:
RB4011/ER4 10.1.1.0/24 and it would be running srnat
CCR2004 10.10.10.0/24 but assigned 10.1.1.2
My question comes to NAT, is it possible to run NAT on only CCR2004 in this scenario, while leaving RB4011 for 802.1x since it works well with AT&T's VLAN0 which pretty much everyone can't get the CCR1009 to work with AT&T Fiber on 802.1x due to VLAN0 fallback being needed (at least that's what I've gathered).
Furthermore if the RB4011 is just fastpathing it will easily handle 940/940, I know from testing that before.