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 From:  Richard DeVillier <richcdev at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  m0n0wall as AP OpenWRT as client
 Date:  Wed, 22 Mar 2006 22:34:49 -0700
Dear list!
I think m0n0wall is the neatest thing i ever saw. I've built a few, and 
plan to delpoy one at an apartment complex this week. Many thanks to all 
the creators of this little distro.

I have learned sooo much and had a lot of fun building this and other 
linux boxes such as OpenWRT and IPcop. I've done all my homework so I'm 
pretty sure this question isn't in the docs or archives....

Here goes: Can OpenWRT (running in client mode) associate to a m0n0wall?
I cannot get my OpenWRT flashed linksys to associate to my m0n0wall... 
All kinds of clients connect to my m0n0wall! My openwrt can associate to 
my netgear ME102 easily, but not to the m0n0wall... ;( I like it because 
I can bridge to the LAN and plug in clients.
Is it even possible? Imagine how cost effectively you could make wifi 
clients if the OpenWRT could grab the m0n0wall!?! I would be amazed (and 
impressed) if someone could solve this. Is there a better solution than 
using OpenWRT?
Richard DeVillier
P.S. Does anyone still haunt to m0n0wall IRC?