just tried to tell it all in subject field We are about building our network, where we use MT router. From that central point, we want to distribute to two kinds of nodes:
1) 5GHZ, locally 2.4 GHz APs
2) retranslation nodes, which will forward on 5GHZ to other nodes
The question is, what IP strategy to take? From external network, I can get to central MT machine, using winbox, webbox, whatever. But how can I manage my other RB532 MT nodes? Should I route somehow on specific ports traffic for winbox to work? (I will not configure the network, so my questions might be pretty lame, I know , or is it wise to assign such nodes public IPs? My brother suggest exactly that, but what if I later want to interconnect two users on local network, so that their traffic would not go via main router e.g.? Or public IPs here would not be a problem?
Just curious how you guys build your network's IP strategy-wise.
Thanks a lot,