[clug-talk] More router fun
mbgb14 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 08:17:18 PDT 2006
Please take better notes :D
I'm curious to know how you do this!!
On 4/20/06, Kin Wong <kwong at csa-pdk.com> wrote:
> Shawn wrote:
> > On Wednesday 19 April 2006 13:04, Robert Campbell wrote:
> >> can't say as I've tried it. But there is allowance for wireless built
> >> in to the installer. All you would need I think is a PCI or USB
> >> wireless card.
> >> Anybody wanna donate one to my cause, I'd love to try that out. It
> >> eliminate the cascading routers I have going on right now :)
> > Kin has gotten this to work in the past. He might be able to help
> > As I understand it though, you just tell the installer you want a
> > red/green/blue network - where blue is wireless and treated as a
> > subnet. You can then setup what ports on the green network the blue
> > can access via ip routing/filtering.
> Yes, but I only used red and green - didn't bother with the wireless
> setup. I used a wireless router, turned off dhcp and attached it to the
> network via one of the lan ports. I did not use the wan port so that
> the wireless router would act like an access point (cheaper too). I did
> this with a Linksys wireless router - I have also tried it with a SMC
> wireless with no success. I am about to do it again this weekend - if
> anyone is interested, I can take better notes of what I did.
> > Shawn
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