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July 7, 2014 at 10:00 am #4398364poloMember
> I am not proficient in network configuration, but I have to set up an
> access point in a public place for my client.
> I already wasted hours trying to understand where to set in Zeroshell
> the attachement of the small wifi ROUTER WDT54GL which was reflashed
> with the mini dd-wrt.v2-12548-NEWD-mini, to provide captive portal and
> access control
> Zeroshell 3.0 is running on a stand alone PC with 2 ethernet cards ETH00
> AMD 192.168.0.75 and ETH01 connected to the WRT54GL in one of the LAN
> port, not the WAN port.
> I have internet across a modem router interfacing with the ISP on cable
> and on the other side the switch on which is connected the PC, by ETH00
> with Zeroshell running .
> I have the ISP modem router with the adress 192.168.0.1 which is in the
> same submask as ETH00, and in Zeroshell I set it as default gateway state up
> I set captive portal on the ETH01 where is connected the WRT54GL wifi
> router and tick the box GW active on ETH1
> and now I am stuck, I cannot figure out what I have to configure now.
> shoudl I, in the router menu, add a second static route ( the one
> present is the default gateway 192.168.0.1 with net mask 0.0.0.0) as a
> gateway or as an interface ? Interface option does not let me select
> ETH01, or am I mixing up hardware and tomtom like instructions?.
> I did search and read many tutorials on the internet but the only one
> with close description was made on zeroshell 1.0 and the option “access
> point” in the navigation bar does not exist on Zeroshell 3.0,
> I did try to search how to create an SSID and link it to the wifi router
> WRT54GL on ETH01 but I could not find how and in which menu and I am
> totally lost.
> would you mind tip me on how to configure the external AP on WRT54GL,
> and then how to get the radius on the ZEROSHELL machine configured to
> exchange the certificates with the DD-WRT54GL wifi router. I am feeling
> very stupid as most of the ethernet concept looks strange for me
> Thank-you for your time
> jp caytan
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