With 6.43 the network interface of the opnsense gets a /32 IP-adress, with 6.42.7 it's a /28.*) lte - use "/32" address for the Passthrough feature when R11e-LTE module is used;
Just revisiting this as I have an office wanting a 4G connection. They have RB3011 with very basic config - no joy getting it to work. Been trying all sorts with my own RB3011 - no joy. ** BRIDGING DOES NOT WORK WITH RB3011 ** and I suspect others too! The strangest thing is that when you torch the port on the router (RB3011) you only see the vlan traffic after he initial wan DHCP exchange. When I run a ping from the port I don't see it in torch.
I wish Mikrotik support would pitch in on this. Ive been using port 10 as that conveniently has PoE on it and is for this exact purpose. I also tried port 9. I should try port 5 and port 1 too. I'll report back on those. I have spare RB2011, need to test with that too.
Where I have got this to work with other Tiks, the best setup seems to be minimal settings on the LTE end - ether1 assigned as bridge port in LTE APN and vlan hanging off ether1 with DHCP client or fixed address for admin. At router end, a port not part of the bridge with DHCP client on it to receive LTE wan address, and hanging off that a matching vlan for admin, and this vlan can be added to the local bridge.
But what's going on with RB3011? I even tried putting a switch in between but then nothing worked which in itself is a bit odd. For sanity check I had hap ac2 with default config, port 1 as wan and mods as above for admin, and that worked.
What is everyone else experience?
/interface lte firmware-upgrade lte1
/interface lte firmware-upgrade lte1 upgrade=yes
/interface vlan add interface=ether1 name=vlan1 vlan-id=10 /interface lte apn add apn=mobile.vodafone.it name="test passthrough" passthrough-interface=vlan1 passthrough-mac=auto passthrough-subnet-selection=p2p /interface lte set [ find ] apn-profiles="test passthrough" band=1,3,7,20 mac-address=AC:FF:FF:00:00:00 name=lte1 network-mode=lte