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Configuring a wireless access point 9 years 1 month ago #23642

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Hi All. I got a wireless panel that i want to configure as a wireless access point for my home network but i'm stuggling with it.

It's make is Mikro Tik / Acconet
I got a windows 2003 server with DNS, Dhcp and AD for my wired network.

pls help.
Morris
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Re: Configuring a wireless access point 9 years 1 month ago #23651

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What exactly is the problem?
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Re: Configuring a wireless access point 9 years 1 month ago #23652

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What exactly is the problem?

Well, i'm struggling with configuring the wireless. Okay here is the details.

I got a wireless panel that has both the ethernet interface and the wireless interface. I set both interfaces on the /26 network and configured dchp on the wireless interface.
I then have windows 2003 server running dchp, dns and AD. It has two NICs.
One is on the /26 network and the other on the /24 network which connects to my main Lan network. Then i got a switch betwn the networks.

I think i'm going wrong on my routes but not sure. I can ping the 2003 server from any of the interfaces on the wireless panel and when i connect a laptop with wireless nic, it is obtains the ip automaitcally from the wireless interface but i can't access anything on the network. and from the network, i can even ping the laptop.

hpe that is clear.

thanks
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