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According to the MOTOROLA System Planer all software and radio-sites should be separated to avoid Rest channel hop out of Radio site.
Previously, this was achieved using NAT deployment design.
With modern Firmware releases (starting firmware release 2020), other Network designs also possible. All repeaters must run the same firmware version. If you want to deploy system without NAT and older Repeaters firmware, please confirm with Motorola first.
This article describes only NAT deployment design. For other Network design deployment guides, please contact Motorola.
    1. In each router create Port forwarding rules to readdress (redirect) TCP and UDP requests to WAN addresses to LAN addresses and ports for each Repeater and Rest channel.
    2. Configuring the Link Establishment parameter for the Master Repeater, the Master IP address is the main router's WAN IP address (where the Master Repeater is located).
    3. Configuring the Link Establishment parameter for the Peer Repeaters, the Master IP address is the main router's WAN IP address (where the Master Repeater is located).

If you use Router HP MSR 20-20 – please make sure you have the following firmware version:

You'll need to roll back to the previous version (above) if you have a newer firmware version Router.  This is because in the newer firmware versions, due to HP Security Policy, packets routing with Hair Pinning was disabled.
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