At 02:22 PM 12/29/2005, Chris Buechler wrote:
>supposedly it authenticates the MAC address of the AP and not of the
>wireless clients, so if one wireless client successfully
>authenticates, any wireless client can get through.
That would make sense if the WRT54G were set up as a router, i.e. the WAN
port is facing the m0nowall. In order to use my Linksys as an AP, I simply
plugged the switch side of the router (LAN side) into the LAN side of my
m0nowall infrastructure, leaving the WAN side of the Linksys disconnected.
Then there is no way the router can be substituting its MAC.
Just a thought, maybe this is the source of issues for people.
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