I'm installing a small network (3 cnPilot e410's aggregated into an EX2010-P) to upgrade an existing WiFi network that is using a consumer-grade Netgear AP. This is in a school, which gets their internet service through a cable modem. Currently the cable modem is simply configured in bridged mode, and the school's static IP address is configured in the Netgear, which is also doing NAT for the inside LAN. I want to replace the Netgear with the e410's and EX2010-P, but I can't find anything in the cnMatrix documentation about the switch being capable of NAT.
Long intro to a simple question, but can I do NAT with the EX2010-P? I just recently started working with Cambium equipment, so sorry about the newbie question. Any guidance would be appreciated.
I suggest you pick pfsense in an old PC. I have worked with many schools and all the time they have some, thought to be dead, PCs lying aroung. This will also give you more fine grained control over the networks. And I have been using the cnMatrix switch for somewhat last 6/4 months. And they are all fine. No worries. But makes a little bit sound even with no load and that annoys me.