Zeroshell with only one ethernet interface ?

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    Han M.
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    Hello,

    I would like to know how if it’s possible to configure Zeroshell on a machine which has only one ethernet interface.
    On that machine I also have one wifi interface.

    So, is it possible (and how, if possible), to use the ethernet interface for the WAN and the wifi interface for the LAN ?
    After installation, i am able to create an AP, but then, i am stucked to use it as management interface and use the ethernet interface for the WAN.

    I do not have any manage switch, so i can’t do it with VLAN.

    Thanks for your help.

    #63876

    fulvio
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    You just need to assign to the WiFi AP interface an IP address of a private subnet and enable the dhcp server on that subnet. Don’t forget to define the dynamic range to be assigned by the dhcp server.
    At this point the the Wireless interface is the LAN port. To make the ethernet interface working you need to assign to it the public IP address and add the interface in the NAT interface.

    Regards
    Fulvio

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