Reference - I have my new router cabinet constructed except for the drawers and dust collection. I have a Milwaukee 5625-20 on a PRL-V2 lift and have a fence with a dust port at the bit.
I found tons of info on the forum related to router table dust collection. I have been able to narrow it down to two methods:
1) Use a shop vac - buy the silicon below table boot system ( Keen - Dust Router ).
2) Use my cyclone dust collector w/4" hose - at rear of router enclosure put inlet vent at bottom and outlet port at top. Install horizontal partition that is sealed at the rear/sides (not front) which allows fresh air to move across the motor inlet vents and around the lower partitioned space into the upper partitioned space across the top of the router and out the top back. ( See Post #7 )
I'm just having a hard time figuring out if high suction or large air movement is best for this tool.