I currently have a network 10.11.12.xxx with a connected WAN DSL provider. I will shortly get another provider with cable, in addition to DSL. Let’s say that router is in the 10.11.13.xxx network. All my devices with static IP adresses are between 10.11.12.1 and 10.11.12.99 and I do not want to reconfigure them all. When I get my Peplink (380 - it’s on its way), what are the steps to take? I was thinking of changing the modem/router connected to the DSL to 10.11.14.xxx, connect the cable router (10.11.13.xxx) and then create a network with the Peplink on 10.11.12.xxx, so I don’t have to change my static devices. Does this sound good?
Also, as for incoming connections, I suppose I’ll need to specify somehow if it uses the DSL or Cable connection through the Peplink? How can I specify this?
Lastly, if I use an (external) VPN or Proxy on a device connect to the Peplink, will it manage to send that data over both WAN ports? Doesn’t the external VPN or proxy server get confused somehow?