Again a possibly silly question as this is the first time I am using a network aggregator. I have two routers that I manually enable/disable alternatively when a network outage occurs. Each one is configured like this:
- Router a): a 4G Vodafone router which I suppose is DHCP assigned. With an inbound IP at 192.168.1.1.
- Router b): a cable router with a fixed IP. With an inbound IP at 192.168.1.1.
So both of them are configured as gateways of my network. I have been reading the One user manual and something is not clear to me.
- Do I need to assign different internal IPs to both of them like: a) 192.168.2.1 and b) 192.168.3.1?
- Do I need to put them as a transparent bridge so they do nothing at all as routers and configure my One as the router with all port forwarding and so on?
Internally, you have to input the connnection type (DHCP, fixed, PPoE, etc…) which makes me believe that I need to set them as bridges but I am not sure of the technical reasons behind this and would like to know the logic before configuring it.
I am currently running no-ip and forwarding ports for RDS service.
That is all at the moment.