We have this setup.
Dual-wan router with a 5 ip block.
Mikrotik RouterOS with following bridges below:
Bridge1: ether0, wlan1, wlan2, wlan3, wlan4, wlan5
We need to give external ip's to 3 customers that we will be providing backhaul connections to and they really require non-nat solution for their secure billing software to work properly. Only route I know of doing this over several wireless bridges is to use proxy-arp. I was going to configure like this:
Provider to switch, Xincom dual wan router to switch, mikrotik routerOS to switch with proxy-arp enabled on all the wireless side. What do I need to setup for proxy-arp do I need any forwarders? Besides proxy-arp enabled on the bridge to the client?
What I have to first client is:
Mikrotik RouterOS: 192.168.0.70/16
Bridge to first tower by WDS with RouterOS: 192.168.0.71/16
Bridge to customers tower with RouterOS: 192.168.0.73/16
Customers switch to have external address for example: 184.108.40.206/24
I understand that the router ether0 will have to have external ip like 220.127.116.11/24 but would it just be on ether0 or would it be a bridge IP? Also will this interfere with all the other wireless on this server that is being natted since it's all a single bridge going to point-to-points and AP links?
Anyone able to help me with proxy-arp?