what is the basic difference between MOX standard and Omnia?
when i want to multi-wan failover or even load balancing and at same time use OpenVPN or Wireguard tunnel for only one or two LAN ports(or use one WG server for one port and other for another), is that possible, any detail on how or what to search for? Considering i do not know networking - I can rather copy paste from tutorials.
Some relevant links:
Regarding fail0ver: https://wiki.turris.cz/doc/en/howto/multiwan
Interesting note from OpenWRT wiki on mwan3 package: “mwan3 is primarily designed for physical WAN connections it can also be used with logical interfaces like OpenVPN or Wireguard.” https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/network/wan/multiwan/mwan3
In the Omnia 2020 datasheet https://secure.nic.cz/files/Turris-web/Omnia/Omnia2020_datasheet.pdf i have seen HW extensibility “NAS box with SATA connectivity,” - it is not easy to find what that mean, but i think it is this product code: https://www.google.com/search?&q=RTROM01-NAS-KIT
Also it is said: “Protocol Support: SMB, AFP, DLNA, FTP/FTPS, WebDAV”
Some details about NAS: https://doc.turris.cz/doc/en/howto/nas
In my case i have only experience with the NFS and SSHFS, but i guess this is not supported by default. And i am not sure which protocol is the best for Linux to Linux.
Does the router support encryption of the user/admin defined data? So no one with physical access can access configuration of the router and the data on the attached storage drives? Any detail about this or how to setup?
what kind of NAT is supported, is it transparent(Full Cone)?, can anyone link to a details. My aim is P2P will work the best.
(i had to mangle the links as this forum does not allow more than 2 to newbie EDIT: restored by @vcunat, hopefully)