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    darren
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    Hi guys, i have just got zeroshell set up and running as a gateway / captive portal for my wireless users.

    Just wondering how i would go about providing client isolation between each connected user?

    Also i will be having customers use the same net connection as the office computers (only physically connected) how would i go about allowing office pc’s to talk to each other but not allowing wireless users talk to them. Would it be best to setup up a secure tunnel for each office pc (if so how do i get office pc’s to talk to each other) or would putting the office pcs on a different subnet be sufficient or could someone using a sniffing utility still see the data being transfered between office pc’s and the net.

    or is there another solution altogether?

    Thanks

    Darren

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