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Load balancing, PPOE, website hosting, static IP's

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jomobco

Just an update.  I'm on the TP Link router.  I used the NAT-DMZ to forward to the eero set up with a different NAT.  I used the virtual server function to point to the static DHCP assigned website server off one of the TPLink LAN ports.  That was surprisingly easy.  Pick the WAN, point it to the server, pick your port, boom.  

 

About the only thing I'm noticing likely due to the double NAT is that the speed test on the eero is alway well below what I get on machines under the eero network.  I've got 10 eero up with 25 or so connections.  

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Another update:  I removed one eero from the main network and added three eero to a separate connection to the LAN of the TPLink.  This network will be work and guest network wifi.  What's cool is I can manage both networks easily from the eero app.  The TPLink now has 2 WAN incoming, 2 DoubleNAT LAN (eero) out and the web hosting LAN.  She's full.  Now to figure out load balancing and some speed controls to these LAN ports.  

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