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cozzi@nd.edu
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Thanks for the speedy reply!
Let me try make it a bit more clear what I’m trying to do.
My building has two subnets 10.74.11.0/24 and 10.74.53.0/24.
They are connected to a cisco router (out of my control) 10.74.11.250 and
10.74.53.250.
The ZeroShell box sits between the cisco router and my network. The campus
runs the DHCP/DNS servers (out of my control). DHCP assigns IP addresses,
default gateway and DNS values. The defaults gateways are 10.74.11.250
or 10.74.53.250.
When the bridge device on the ZS box has an address of 10.74.11.50, all
systems assigned an address of 10.74.11.x work as expected. Perfect…
When a system with a subnet address of 10.74.53.x connects to the network,
they just pass through the captive portal.

Thanks again for all the help!