I am very new to RouterOS but not networking overall.
I am currently attempting to configure 2 RB532's as a point-to-point link between 2 different sites, separated by several miles.
One site is my home, running a wired LAN with a Linux box acting as a router/gateway, using DSL. This system has been up and running for 10 years. It also runs DHCP server for the LAN. We'll call this Site A
At the remote site (a mountain radio site - 5 miles "as the crow flies"). We'll call this Site B.
Running RouterOS 3.30 on both ends. One has 1 radio installed and the other has 2 installed
At Site A, I want to give the RB532's ethernet 1 port a connection on the LAN (via the hub of course). Site A is to essentially provide a wireless connection to the LAN so I assume I just need to configure it as an AP, yes?
At Site B, the RB532 is to provide both a connection for a local computer on the 532's ethernet 1 port and provide local wireless coverage for the remote site as well (by connecting to my home AP of course).
Does this sound reasonable? And what would be the best way to configure things?