I'm trying to use my computer, which has internet and is connected to my Routerboard RB2011UiAS-2HnD-IN via ethernet (ether1, which is part of bridge-local), as the gateway for the router and therefore all devices connected to it. The reason is that I'm using my phone as a hotspot, and have the computer connected to it, but the router can't connect to it. I would set up a hotspot in Win10, but that requires a password, and I need an open connection (or possibly WPA, but absolutely not WPA2). So I want to make the router use ether1 (or move the PC to another port and use that if necessary) for it's out interface (internet access) and supply that connection over the others, specifically the Wi-Fi (in fact, not only do the other wired devices not need it, but I'd really prefer they don't have it, since I don't want them using up data). I realize this is a strange setup, and yes, I understand the security concerns with an open network, but it's not an issue for my situation and it's necessary, since I need to connect a computer that can't access WPA2 (I think it can access WPA, but I'm not sure). I've searched for an hour or two now and haven't been able to find anything related to doing this. I've managed to set it up essentially opposite, with it connecting to the phone's hotspot wirelessly then sharing that normally, but that's no longer an option. I'm pretty basic in my understanding of networking and RouterOS, so please keep that in mind with any answers, and thanks in advance.