The Radios are on our network, and all clients get a 10.10.10.x
ip that is mapped to either a DCHP of 192.168.195.xx or a static starting
with 85.113.211.xx but if we plug a cat-5 staight to our computer and set
the nic to a 10.10.10.x we see all other radios. For example i can put two
ips into my nic and one will get me to the internet and the 10.10.10.xx will
get me to the radios.
On 5/8/06, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org> wrote:
> From: "Robert Dukes" <rbdukes at gmail dot com>
> > Lee I guess I am not too clear :)
> Or it could be a somewhat "unusual" setup. ;-)
> > I am the ISP I have AP radios setup all over the city.
> > what I am trying to get done is this.
> > 1) Monowall is working fine on the internet no issues with this part
> > I want to be able to access my radios network from remote.
> First question is how are the radios connected to m0n0wall? Direct
> connecting? (Ethernet, fiber, leased line frame relay...) VPN?
> > 1) I setup monowall wan port to have ip of 220.127.116.11
> > this get the mono on the internet.
> > 2)I setup mono lan with 192.168.0.1 this let me see my ineternal network
> > and
> > work on my local lan when I am in the offiice.
> > 3) I have a radios network i need to get to from outside the office.
> > remote back to monowall using PPTP with ip 18.104.22.168
> > this get me in to the monowall box.
> > 4)Now get in my PPTP setting server ip 192.168.100.1 cleint ip
> > 10.10.10.xxx
> > but i can get access to my radios.
> First problem here. These addresses don't match. For example, here is my
> config.xml for PPtP. (My LAN network is 192.168.1.0/24)
> > but when I am in the office I can access the radios simple inputing the
> > 10.10.10.xx in my nic.
> You tunnel is messed up.
> > So I need to do some routing in mono to let a user who pptp in using
> > 22.214.171.124 then he get ip 10.10.10.xx pptp server ip 192.168.100.1
> > We need to monitor the radios AP from remote when we are not in the
> > office.
> Lost me again here. <and we were doing so well...> :-)
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