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doc:recipes:dumbap [2014/02/27 09:59]
nozombian3 corrected difference between wr1043nd v1 and v2
doc:recipes:dumbap [2014/05/15 22:19] (current)
jamy015
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-====== Dumb AP ======+====== Dumb AP / Access Point Only ======
-This document describes how to create an Access Point that's really just that, no routing, no DHCP, no nothing. This AP allows users to connect to the AP over wireless or ethernet. I needed this setup because access control is already in place here through 'static DHCP' and I didn't want another access control mechanism.+This document describes how to create an Access Point (AP) only. This AP allows users to connect over wireless or ethernet to the AP and an existing network. That mean this AP is not routing, provides no DHCP and no other function. 
 +This setup is needed when in your network is already a router, access control and dhcp in place and you like to use this.
From a user point of view it works like this: From a user point of view it works like this:
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        option proto    'dhcp'        # Change as appropriate'' |         option proto    'dhcp'        # Change as appropriate'' |
-=== For devices with switch and dedicated WAN, e.g. WNDR3700, WR1043ND v1 ===+=== For devices with switch and dedicated WAN, e.g. WNDR3700, WR1043ND v1, WR741ND v2.4 ===
On devices with a separate WAN interface, bridge the LAN VLAN together with the WAN interface, remove the existing WAN interface - if any. On devices with a separate WAN interface, bridge the LAN VLAN together with the WAN interface, remove the existing WAN interface - if any.

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