I currently have a Cisco ADSL router for my firm ( training facility) witch has two lans set up on it on two of its lan ports
172.16.1.1/24 lan for internal computers (staff)
10.0.0.1/24 for Public internet computers ( Pupils)
Both route out using the same ADSL connection on the router and are fire walled off from each other for security.
I would like to add a D-link Router I have which has the standard DDWRT image on it. I have set up the router as an AP and disabled the WAN port on it. Put a link cable form the 10.0.0.0 network (Cisco) in to a lan port and setup wireless (DHCP from the Cisco Router), This works ok. users connect to wireless get a 10.0.0.0 address and can browse ok.
When I enable the hotspot function the clients get a 192.168.182 address and can no longer browse. the computer says it is local only.
If I change the IP settings in the Hotspot config page of DDWRT to 10.0.0.1/24 they get a 10 address but still cant browse.
any idea why this is or have I gone about this all wrong.
I have just tried this router as a router on my home cable provider and I get the same as above
It gives me a 192,168.182 address and no internet (local only) as soon as I enable it in DDWRT
Edited by roxby, 12 May 2012 - 09:57 PM.