I have a few Mikrotik routers so far but till now I've never done something serious with them. Mainly I used them like AP, but now that I changed ISP their equipment is rubbish and I use mikrotik DHCP server. And now things start to complicate (at least for me). Honestly, I've never done those things, and I don't understand how to approach.
So, the ISP equipment has his own DHCP server which I cannot control. Everything is locked. So, I turned in Mikrotik DHCP server and all my computers have IP from mikrotik router. And here is an issue.
ISP routers dedicate IP in his range for example: 192.168.6.1
Mikrotik asigns IP adresses from: 192.168.1.1
Nextcloud server has an IP of: 192.168.1.x
1. How can I access to Nextcloud which is in the IP range 192.168.1.x from outside (I have dynamic IP, but I have dynamicDNS services avaliable)? The ISP equipment only allows to set Port Forwarding and DMZ. Not sure if this helps in any way.
Thanks for help