We’re doing a bucket load of broadcast video deployments at the moment, and to keep things simple many of those customers just want a flat network between locations (so their multicast device discovery stuff works).
Typically then, there will be a broadcast studio with a big Balance or MBX, and a ton of remote Transit Duos, MBX, Balance etc and the Peplink device in the studio provides DHCP across the L2 network whilst also acting as the internet gateway.
To improve resilience, we’re putting FusionHub appliances in the middle between the studio and the remote locations so that inter site traffic and streams continue to work if the studio loses connectivity.
What we want is to be able to use the Fusionhub for DHCP and to be able to set the gateway for those DHCP clients too. In some installs it would be the LAN IP of the Fusionhub, in others the LAN IP of a remote device on the same layer2 segment.
Right now we’re hosting Firewall appliances beside the Fusionhub to provide the DHCP and NAT/L3 routing to the internet, but it would be easier if that job was done by the Fusionhub instead.