Is it possible ???
leon.ling at gemtek-systems.com
Wed Jun 11 03:09:42 EDT 2003
I think it's not working because the MAC addresses (PC1 and PC2) don't exist in the association list of AP,
so AP just drop their frames.
A substitutable solution is that you enable NAT on your hostap box as STA Mode, when your eth0 will be
in a different IP subnet between wlan0 (STA Mode).
Wish it help.
======= 2003-06-12 15:39:00 imp wrote:=======
>I wonder to know some qurious network configuration question using hostap... Could you please give me any advice ??
>PC 1 ------------
> | (hostap box as STA Mode)) <<<<<<< wireless medium >>>>>>>> (hostap box AP Mode) ------- Internet.
>Of course, I can communication from hostap box (STA mode) to internet.. when I attach it to hostap (AP Mode) box as STA Mode
>and PC1 and PC2 (attached wired network) to hostap box (STA Mode).
>As above configuration.. I just make bridge eth0 and wlan0 in hostap box (STA Mode) and try ping to internet at PC1 or PC2.
>It does not success...
>Cause of WDS speed limitation, I'd like keep away using WDS link between two hostap.
>Which way to success internet at PC1 or PC2 ?
>I welcome any your comment...
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