WRT54GL + Jaht router as access point

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Partizan, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. Partizan

    Partizan Network Guru Member


    I have an WRT54GL (with latest tomato) and an old Jaht router acting as an access point. The Jaht is connected to the WRT54GL on lan4.

    I want to use the Jaht router as an access point for a wifi free spot and WRT54GL for my own wireless network. The problem is I want to configure the Jaht so, that my own lan and wireless are not visibile to wifi free spot users.

    any ideas for a simple and effective solution?
  2. kardzzz

    kardzzz Addicted to LI Member

    maybe have the jaht router act as a dhcp server issuing IPs in another range 192.168.100.x etc ?
  3. Partizan

    Partizan Network Guru Member

    Yup. I set the canyons (it is actually a canyon router, not Jaht, sorry) :) lan IP and his DHCP IP range
    My linksys lan has IP range so they are completely separated.
  4. FRiC

    FRiC LI Guru Member

    But the Canyons router will route between its DHCP range and the WRT's IP range.
    So even if you think they're separated, you should still be able to access IP's across the router.
  5. Partizan

    Partizan Network Guru Member

    Not true. I tested it on a few computers, which were connected to the canyon through lan and wireless. Internet is working but the computers in the other network aren't visible nor accessible.
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