As to Neil's instructions, i did not bridge the wifi card with the lan
i created a seperate ip for the wifi interface (192.168.11.1) and added
in a firewall rule similar to the LAN, but specified WIFI as the
interface and WIFI subnet.
next i thouhht, lets put another wifi card on this. I got it to do the
same thing under a seperate subnet, and route, as well as bridging the
2nd wifi interface to the 1st, and using its ip/dhcp/route.
1 thing i could not do was get cap portal to work with both wifi cards,
as you cant do cap port while an interface is bridged, and i cant do
captive portal on 2 seperate interfaces.
anyone know of a workaround?