wlan0 and wlan0wds0 question

maggie cross magzcross
Wed Oct 8 19:35:44 PDT 2003

okay thanks... but i wanted to set up my sytem without
using "bridging"... would it be possible??
just plain wds alone?? i still can't my my system work
(this means that my two AP cannot still "ping" each

here's my system configuration:
HWaddr: 00:60:B3:76:9E:8A
Mode:    Master
Channel: 03
HWaddr:  00:60:B3:7A:1B:45
Mode: Master
Channel: 03

i have already upgraded my firmware to 1.5.6, i am
using zcomax XI-325H

--- Brian Pomerantz <bapper at piratehaven.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 08, 2003 at 07:01:32PM -0700, maggie
> cross wrote:
> > should the wlan0 and wlan0wdso interface have a
> > different IP address or should they have the same
> IP
> > address??  
> > 
> You shouldn't give two interfaces the same IP
> address (probably not
> even different IP addresses on the same subnet).  If
> you create a
> bridge and add your ethernet, wlan, and wds
> interfaces in it, then
> assign an IP address to the bridge, then your box
> will answer to the
> same IP address on all interfaces.  If you connect
> your wds link to
> another box on the same network as your lan, make
> sure you enable stp
> or you'll create a loop.
> BAPper
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