I’ve tried assigning an IP address to the bridge interface for both
subnets. It seems the first one entered is the address used for setting
up and or running the ZS captive portal web server on.
I’m assuming here that when a client in the 10.74.53.0/24 subnet tries
to open a web page, say google.com, the packets get forwarded through
the ZS box to the default gateway that the client has (10.74.53.250). Therefore, no
re-direction/mangle can occur. Even if it could, the cisco router would have
to route the packets back onto the 10.74.11.0/24 subnet so perhaps they
would be coming in from the wrong direction for it to work.
If the next version supports captive portal on multiple interfaces, will
this work in bridged mode?
Is there any way I could even get this working with two ZS boxes in
bridge mode, each assigned a unique subnet address? I’m thinking not
Thanks again, and regards