Maybe I’m repeatable and such problem is routine on this forum, but I even don’t know how to properly google my issue.
I have xiaomi ax3600 router with latest snapshot build on it. Also I have two ISP’s connected to wan and lan1 ports. Second one, connected to lan1 port, provides internet via PPPoE, so I created corresponding interface — it works perfectly.
Also this ISP provides home security service, so via same cable I have to connect my indoor monitor (from Dahua manufacturer if it’s important). I connected this thing to lan2 port of my router and trying to create bridge between lan1 and lan2 (obviously removed these devices from lan bridge), but it doesn’t seems working — my indoor monitor shows no connection. Can anyone put me to the correct road to solve this issue, please?
To make sure I understand... you have lan1 operating as a 2nd wan port, and you need lan2 to be a 'pass-though' so that the home security monitor device is on the same network as that second wan (i.e. not routed, essentially a 'pass-through' port)... is that correct?
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As my ISP said it should be “directly connected” to the monitor if I won’t use their services, so I believe that it should be like “other side” of PPPoE (if I understand it correct)
For the cases when I want to use theirs services they recommend to buy microtic router and setup all by themselves for some $ but I hope that I’ll be able to setup such thing by my own
I’ll talk to my ISP tomorrow and clarify that things. I’m planning in the future buy outdoor button which also should be somehow connected to this network, and use both things with PoE switch, so I’m guessing that my ISP’s cable would be plugged in to that switch and my devices will be configured to communicate through ISP’s network.
Also there could be some mac filtering on theirs side, so it might be the reason why indoor panel shows “no connection”. I lowered my hands and come to this forum because I’m not so good in networking, but I believe that you couldn’t suggest me anything wrong