Wifi AP behind FreeBSD
maile.halatuituia at tcc.to
Wed Jul 28 21:01:50 UTC 2010
If it is an ADSL then surely you would need the D Link , but if it is
Wimax or and other than that then I think it is possible to use only the
Anyway I recommend you can look for one of the many software such as
MonoWall which is a BSD based, it is very easy to setup with your PC
having two or more NIC.
You can authenticate your user based on voucher's to a Radius or
anything you would like.
From: Erik Norgaard [mailto:norgaard at locolomo.org]
Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 9:50 AM
To: Maile Halatuituia
Cc: DadAN; freebsd-questions
Subject: Re: Wifi AP behind FreeBSD
On 28/07/10 22.43, Maile Halatuituia wrote:
> If you will have a BSD Box you do not need to have that Dlink Router.
> Co's DHCP, Router can handle by the FreeBSD in addition to Hotspot
> Lots and lots of manual for that on the Google.
As I understand OP the DLink is required for the DSL connection and
provides Ethernet to the FBSD box which then has a second interface
connecting to the AP. I got a similar setup.
You cannot take the DSL router out of that setup, but it should be
possible with some routers to have that be the bridge (pppoe I think).
In that setup the FBSD must do the nat.
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