Ok, some assistance from the networking Gurus.
Want to put my Brume at the head of my network for Wireguard and routing duties (I think , see below if putting Brume inside my network is better )
As I see it I’ve got 2 options
In this scenario I have the Brume dishing out DHCP addresses to the entire network. I’ve got a single subnet and avoid “double NAT”. Is it just as simple as just turning off the DHCP server on the master B1300?
In this scenario I have the B1300 dishing out DHCP addresses to the entire network. I’ve got 2 subnets (Brume 192.168.8.1, B1300 192.168.10.1). Have double NAT occurring.
So in summary
- Which way is the best way to implement?
- Is it as simply as just turning off the DHCP server on the B1300 in scenario 1?
- Is there a better way to implement and “bridge” the Brume, but will this effect Wireguard Server operation?
- Is there a better way all up like putting using the B1300 as the “head” router and placing the Brume inside my network (again on the same IP or different IP? ) and port forwarding the Wireguard traffic.
(Yes a couple of my IP addresses are wrong in the diagram )