What is your point?
a. your config is now working and you dont need futher help?
b. that you like to link to youtube videos that have nothing to do with the title of the thread? ( 2 Wan and iP Cloud does not equal 2 WAN and 2 LAN ?? )
c. that you are lost trying to fix a wet noodle up a straw??
a. Yes, it has already started working. I played with it a bit until I managed to come up with a working configuration
b. I sent what I did to configure the router
c. If you consider MikroTik a straw, I'm still wet, but it's not about water but about sweat
I'm sending a working configuration in the screenshot.
However, another problem arose, namely that I could not access the IP server (srv) from a client in a bridge of a different network scope.
PING to a given IP address from a Windows client fails at all and from MikroTik sometimes yes, sometimes no (tools, ping). Can you determine where I have something wrong?
("Firewall - Filter Rules" is empty)
I want access from 192.168.55.254 (bridge-LAN-Clients) to 192.168.70.5 (bridge-LAN-Servers).
lte1 (WAN1) = public IP - access from internet to "srv" device
lte2 (WAN2) = private IP - used for surfing on mobile network
wlan2 (WAN3) = private IP - using for surfing on WiFi
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