[Shorewall-users] Re: PPP <--> RH9 <--> LinkSys <--> Home Network

Dominique Archambault apox at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 1 23:12:02 PST 2003


I actually have exactly that setup....

Cable Modem <----> Shorewall Box <----> WRT54G (WAP & switch only, WAN
port
not used)

My Shorewall box is plugged into a switch port on the WRT54G...

Works like a charm!

-----Original Message-----
From: shorewall-users-bounces at lists.shorewall.net
[mailto:shorewall-users-bounces at lists.shorewall.net] On Behalf Of
Kenneth
Jacker
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 5:39 PM
To: Shorewall Users Mailing List
Subject: [Shorewall-users] Re: PPP <--> RH9 <--> LinkSys <--> Home
Network

  te> I think you will find it easier to just ignore the WAN interface

  te> on the WRT54G and use one of it's LAN ports to connect to the

  te> RH9 box. You will then be using it as a switch/WAP rather than

  te> as a router/gateway.



I thought of that, but am concerned about this statement:



   "Does NOT work as a bridge! Will only talk to a client."



in a comparison table at:



  
http://www.seattlewireless.net/index.cgi/AccessPointsRouters_2f802_2e11g



Of course, a switch != bridge ... not really sure how to understand

the comment about "Will only talk to a client" ...



Has anyone used the WRT54G only as a switch/WAP?  I'd be very happy if

that'll work ...





Thanks for your comments!



  -Kenneth



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