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Need to Configure DD-WRT to Pass all traffic through Connected Server

Posted on 2014-07-27
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Here is the situation. On a temporary basis I only have Wireless Access at one site,
Currently the main server is connecting via wireless and I have a DD-WRT router to connect to the other 3 servers, the problem being that I cannot access the internet from the other machines,
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wireless on ethernet 1 (192.168.1.200), ethernet (192.168.11. Subnet) connected to dd-wrt lan port, other servers connected to dd-wrt lan ports
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Craig Beck earned 2000 total points
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Just curious but why did you set it up like that?

I would have brought the wireless access straight to the DD-WRT WAN port, then use NAT at the DD-WRT to provide internet access over the wireless link.  All servers would then use the switch on the DD-WRT LAN side (assuming it's an 8-port switch on the router as in your pic).
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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How does one bring wireless access directly to the WAN port? I know of USB wireless but not ethernet wireless.. would this be in the wireless settings of the DD-WRT?
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