I have started myself a peculiar home network project, and am thinking about the following scenario.
I have one normal internet line with an ISP.
On top of that I have two separate VPN connections on two separate small gl-mt300n-v2. Each of which works perfectly fine for the purpose with wire guard as the VPN protocol (one of them if Netflix for Netflix, one of them is specific VPN to my old home network where there is a NAS and local TV service bounded to that IP address).
So in the end my idea would be (in lack of better planning …) to do the following:
- add AR750 on top as quasi-concentrator
- wan goes to normal ISP (from its NAT DHCP output or Bridged DHCP Cable, all the same, it would be a DHCP client)
- LAN1/2 converted to mwan3, and each of both get one DHCP Lan output from each of small MT300n routers (so they would be quasi-ISP WAN inputs) - bandwidth is more than enough for the purpose, and of course their LAN Scopes are changed from the default 192.168.8.1/24 to something more suitable.
- then I would configure filtering/routing based on known IP addresses of NAS/TV and Netflix and rest goes simply to normal ISP connection (i.e. I still would like Amazon and general traffic to go via my regular connection)
- end result should be one WLAN SSID for multimedia devices in order not to need to change SSIDs all the time I need to use/watch different service
When I said in lack of better planning - I was thinking to use a router with more than one VPN connection at the same time (i.e. 2x VPN + filtering/routing) and then do the policies on that very router, but seems like this is not something that exists (in this price range and quality needed at least - it would defy the purpose).
So, any experiences? Any suggestions?
Moreover, the initial question, as I understood mwan3 - one can basically make any of the interfaces quasi-wan interfaces by using that package?!