We have a MX67 that shows our access points as being the end users of data. For example, if Billy uses his iphone to browse youtube, while connected to a MR33 AP: The clients page in the MX shows that the MR33 was the device that used the bandwith, instead of Billy's iphone. Is there a way to change setup so the switches & AP's are invisible to the reporting of data usage?
It is a separate network, as the MX is provided & supported by our ISP, although I do have full control of it.
The AP's are in NAT mode, although they have static IP's assigned within the Client network range. which - now that I've looked at the settings seems to be contradictory to what the NAT intention is. It seems static IP's have made the AP's function as Bridge mode. ?? I'm taking over several previous setups so trying to figure out the best course of action
My previous statement of the AP's being in NAT mode wasn't entirely correct. We have 3 SSID's. 2 are Bridge & 1 is NAT. The guest ssid was set to NAT as an attempt to give guest's internet only and no LAN access. So I've changed to Bridge and enabled LAN isolation on this guest ssid. If this sounds like an incorrect move, feel free to correct me.