Need a little help please.
ADSL in my village is woeful, so I've just countybroadband (a local WiMax broadband provider) installed:
This means I now have a Ubiquiti Nanostation Loco M5 installed on my roof. I have no access to the management page for that device (locked down by the provider).
Internally they have installed a Trendnet TEW-733GR. It is set up in Access Point mode, connecting to the external Nanostation via the wan port. I have no control over port forwarding, IP reservation etc although port forwarding I can resolve using uPnP and IP reservation I'll deal with with static IPs.
Now, because my new package is now limited bandwidth I'm trying to tie down where I'm using my bandwidth so want to track per-IP bandwidth usage. I've ordered a cheap router (Tenda N60) capable of running Tomato. I was planning on using one of the IP monitoring mods however I've just realised that it only monitors bandwidth between the LAN and the WAN which means if I set it up in access point mode only I don't think the IP monitoring mode will work.
Can any of the experts here
a) confirm I'm not talking gibberish above and that this all makes sense!
b) Suggest how I could/should set up (if possible) the new router to monitor bandwidth and either connect directly to the external antenna or via the Trendnet that is already installed?