This applies to SpeedFusion on Peplink Balance and MAX as well as FusionHub. In NAT mode profiles, remote devices get their address via the DHCP settings of the hardware or the pool assigned in the FusionHub. It would be great to be able to assign an IP to the remote unit instead of having it dynamic. This way in large deployments, particularly with FusionHub, we can easily connect to remote units in NAT mode without having to lookup to see if their IP has changed.
Hi Kevin, that is on our roadmap, stay tuned.