In the past, I’ve used some PtP links (Radwin) that allowed me to pass multiple networks over the link. For example, the subnet of the link might be 192.168.0.x, but I could also pass 192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x over the same link, as if the link was just an ethernet cable.
Now I need to be able to pass a range of public IP addresses over a C5c link. On the ‘remote’ side of the link, there will be multiple routers, one for each public IP address, creating multiple networks, completely separate from each other. From what I’ve seen so far, the Mimosa will not let me ‘bridge’ multiple networks (subnets) over a PtP link. Rather, the link itself must be set to the same subnet that is being passed over the link.
Does this mean, that to pass a range of public IP addresses over a C5c link, that the link itself needs to be set to use IP addresses that are within that public IP range? Or is there some other way to accomplish this?