SXTR have two ports, they can be separated, bonding, bridged and have vlans-s on it.... I not know what you do.
Draytek as WAN2 must have a dhcp client on it and be connected directly else you must provide it mac-address.
Works me and my setup. Show your setup
Thank you I am just about to have another go at it now.
WAN1- connected to DSL PPPoE
WAN2- connected to the Mikrotik Ether1 at the moment, I have this set up as direct IP connection to 192.168.88.1
The DrayTek should be handling all the routing, it is providing IPs fine etc
I have my APN set up and working fine, I have turned DHPC off but I have left NAT on.
Everything appears to be working, except for the fact that every device using WAN2 on the DrayTek > Mikrotik requires the Mikrotik IP adding as a DNS server which does appear to be causing a few issues.
I've trawled through everything on here and I am going to try:
Disconnecting everything from the DrayTek except the Mikrotik.
Removing ether2 from the bridge
setting the APN to IPv4 only
Setting the APN to passthrough to ether2
Switching NAT off
When I set the passthrough MAC, do I set this to the MAC set on the DrayTek WAN2 PORT?
Another spectacular fail!
However this time I did notice that on the quickset page, the IP address in the internet section was blank so maybe EE just can't handle having IPv6 switched off?
Although not sure this is correct as I have the IP Type set to IPv4 only
IPv6 interface is set to LAN1 but I switched that to NONE when I was trying the above