Hi, Is it possible to have a Bridged WAN connection for 1 port with a VLAN and NAT for the other ports? AP11Ds is deployed in Gateway mode (directly connected to ISP), and if I Create a new network the only options I have is to assign a Base IP adress and subnet mask, but this will only create a new NAT.
@cataprac You can create new VLANs and associate the 3 remaining ports to the same VLAN that was just created or you can associate all 3 ports to different VLANS. All VLANs are NAT’d out to the Internet through the Internet Gateway by the AP11D.
Yes I did know that I can create new VLAN and put them on desired ports.But what I want is to have 2 ports that are NAT´d out through the Gateway (which works now) and 1 port that has a bridged WAN connection (Not NAT´d). I need this to get the TV distribution to work.
The bridged WAN connection works if I put AP11D in Access Point mode (behind an existing gateway), but in this mode I cannot put NAT on any of the ports.