Wireless AP should not be a router gateway

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    firechief
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    I created a wireless AP using the console tool in zeroshell. Then, in the GUI, I set an IP address for it. route(1) shows that there are now 2 gateways, the correct one (the gateway of the external interface) and another one associated with the new wireless AP address.

    I am using the ZeroShell 3.9.4 (which is the latest as of this date, afaik). I would like to be able to use ZeroShell as a wireless AP, as well as the wired, internal network.

    I’ve only been testing out ZS for a few months now, so this could well be newuseritis.

    Edit: I should also mention I gave the wireless AP an IP address so I could set up DHCP on the wireless side; it seemed to be the only way to accomplish this.

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by firechief.
    #66227
    firechief
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    Strangely, I set up the AP a second time from scratch, and this time zeroshell does not create the errant extra gateway.

    (An associated issue also went away.)

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by firechief.
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