We use Mikrotik routers for many points in our system, but we have an odd need for one location.
We would like to use one router (example: RB960PGS-PB), where the main Internet connection comes in on port 1, and have ports 2-5 each act as a separate public-facing router.
IE, each port will be assigned a custom MAC, will have a public IP bound (we have a large pool of public IPs), and on the "inside" it will act like a normal router (firewall, dhcp for 192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x, etc..).
Is this even possible? We are using Ubiquiti Lite APs on each of the ports (2-5) but we would like each AP to act like a separate router/network with its own public IP.
There are site restrictions that prevent us from just putting an AirCube, Linksys, or other cheap router between the Mikrotik site router and the AP.