dhcp ip’s leaking out to intranet

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  • #40691

    nrandom
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    Using paul taylor’s paper have AP and zeroshell working but issued ip’s are leaking to intranet.

    My students logon to ETH00 192.xxx.xxx.xx issued ip and then get access to ETH01 10.xxx.xxx.xx network. My problem is that I want wireless users only to receive 192.xxx.xxx.xx ip. I don’t want users on internal net to get 192.xxx.xxx.xx numbers.

    I know if I turn on captive portal I stop the leaks but then I get a page redirect error when they try to login from wireless ap.

    Does anyone have a suggestion on how to fix? If I don’t use captive portal can firewall policy stop leak? Or is the answer to use captive portal and try to fix page redirect problem?

    thanks

    #45614

    imported_fulvio
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    Are you using the bridging?
    What is the interface on which the dhcp server is active? Could you post the dhcp log messages?

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #45615

    nrandom
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    no I am not using bridging. Should I be? The dhcp interface is ETH00.

    When I go to the pueblo this morning I will copy dhcp logs and post.

    thanks for your reply

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