I have a Starlink terminal gen. 2 and want to configure it as second WAN\Internet connection. No automatic fail-over for now, just manual switching port on interface "combo1" with "Combo Mode" selector in WinBox. Starlink Ethernet adapter is used for connecting Starlink router to one of combo ports in Mikrotik router.
It is a two ways to setup ethernet connection for Starlink router:
1. Enable "Bypass Mode" in Starlink router, enable DHCP Client in Mikrotik router. CGNAT IP address from "100.64.0.0/10" subnet (or other) will be received. Starlink router Wi-Fi network and some other usefull stuff and settings are completely disabled and cannot be used from mobile app.
2. Do not enable "Bypass Mode", enable DHCP Client in Mikrotik router. LAN address from "192.168.1.0/24" subnet will be received. Starlink router Wi-Fi and other stuff are available.
For some reasons, I need Starlink router Wi-Fi available, so usage of "Bypass Mode" is not possible. Main issue here is that "192.168.1.0/24" subnet is already used in my router in DHCP Server config. So when I enable DHCP Client on "combo1" interface, and switch the port in "Combo Mode" selector to the one in which the Starlink router is connected, WinBox connection failed and network is going to unusable state. I guess this is due to a subnet or IP address conflict, when a second DHCP server appears on the same subnet and everything goes to hell.
Starlink router does not provide any option to change own DHCP Server IP range, "192.168.1.0/24" is hardcoded.
Obviously, I can move from "192.168.1.0/24" to some other subnet in Mikrotik router, leave this subnet for Starlink router. But I have a lot of other subnets and other configs based on subnets in my router, especially for "192.168.1.0/24", so this migration is going to be very hard.
Is there is some (magic) way to "isolate" Starlink router "192.168.1.0/24" subnet from same Mikrotik router subnet?