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new user with bridge mode questions

I have set up eero pro in bridge mode behind an erlite router and my network is stable.

I went to set up DHCP reservations for the eero on my erlite, and I was surprised to discover 4 active mac addresses, only one of which is listed in the ios app.  I believe this corresponds to one mac per eero (I have a pack of 3) plus one additional to account for the fact that I have connected the second port of the gateway eero to a switch.  But is this normal?  Will the eeros continue to use these mac addresses, or do they do something dynamic?

f8:bc:0e:7f:ee:41
f8:bc:0e:7f:ee:52
f8:bc:0e:80:0a:f2
f8:bc:0e:73:fb:f2

I also have port forwarding set up in erlite to go to a NAS sitting behind a switch connected to the second eero port.  My previous AP (replaced due to poor firmware quality) had a built in four-port switch, and this configuration worked fine.  But with eero, port forwarded packets are not being delivered to the NAS, though I can access the NAS from my LAN just fine.  Am I running into an eero bridge mode restriction?  I would rather not put erro behind the switch, but maybe I have to?

Thanks in advance.

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