Please give me some advice regarding my home network architecture. I have nice FTTH fiber connection, but my provider gave me router with NAT ;-(
This router has some basic configuration possibilities: DMZ, port forwarding, DHCP, etc. One of 4 LAN ports is for internet, second for TV and next for future.
I need much more, but I just still wondering if the best idea is to build second NAT with default router MikroTik MT RB2011UiAS-RM or just to use FTTH only as a gateway.
I have also managed 24 ports TPLink Switch which is connected right now to FTTH router.
I have to options:
A. Use RB2011UiAS-RM as a second NAT directly after FTTH router, and next connections to Switch.
B. Use FTTH router as a gateway and that's all, any other network services and advanced use will be made by RB2011UiAS-RM. In this case I should use same class network in both routers.
1. Some disadvantages of solutions Option A?
2. If there is feasible option B - if yes how to configure RB2011UiAS-RM router to use same network class on WAN and LAN1 interface (f.e WAN - 192.168.200.200, LAN1 - 192.168.200.210)