Im getting a new provider and have been struggeling to make this network durable from before as it exceeds my network skills and today its seems like very unstable and poor contact between some units in network. My goal is to make the best failsafe network as possible within some suitable pricerange.
Short version challange: Business with its own lan and critical functions. with guest wifi and sharing internet access through antenna.
My network setup today is:
200/200 opt fiber internett from supplier.
Inteno XG6846 as modem and router.
LAN1 ip: 192.178.168.x
from here its just one cat5e cable to a switch.
From this switch most things are connected with cable.
These are critical for business.
(Things connected in this LAN are following
4 POS systems with
4 POS card payment.
10 CCTV Cameras
1 CCTV Server
3 Sound mixers
1 AP for Guest Access
XX - wireless users)
Also here im sharing the internet connection through 2 x Tp-link CPE710 antennas.
Both antennas has same ip adress as my lan1 but dont show on my router.
Antenna is connected to cisco switch today.
Otherside at antenna is connected to the WAN port in an Apple Extreme. This gives me two warnings *Setup over wan and * Double Nat.
LAN2 ip: 10.0.0.x
(Lan2 is my home network and have all home things thinkable from AP´s, printers, apple tv etc.)
(LAN2 only have internett access though tplink antenna.)
I have the following challenges in this setup.
*Should i have a second switch and double wan for lan1 as failback, since this is the most important network with the POS systems and rest.
*LAN1 & LAN2 share internet (200mbs). Also guest AP. Can I set maximum internett bandwiths?
Bandwith: AP´s guest max 50mbs and lan2 max 200mbs and Lan1 150mbs?
*Not any visibility or access between lan1 and lan2.
But it would be nice to have one computer or user to establish a connection to cctv server or nas, but dont want to see computers or units or possible to print on lan1 from lan2.
*Should be able to reach router/modem Inteno from Lan2
*LAN2 must be able to maintain own setup as dhcp and routing if internet connection fails or antenna breaks.
*Possibility for remote access to Lan1 and Lan2 - Should be able to remote access NAS and CCTV server in LAN1. Also have a server in Lan2 thats needs remote access.
Hope anyone could advice me with both setup and products.