On Wed, 6 Sep 2006, Ciaran Johnston wrote:
> Or may not, if I understand it correctly the [magnet box] is a
> wireless AP as well, so any wireless devices won't be using the
> firewall to access the 'net. OP would need to disable WAP on the
> [magnet box] (is that possible?) and connect a [wireless router] to
> the [PC] as part of "your network" in order to achieve that.
Just configure the AP with a different security settings, configure
your own clients with those security settings.
> Can you get wireless routers to do this? Can you do multi-relays with DHCP?
Yes (all APs typically operate in bridging mode, so are transparent
to DHCP) and yes.
> [net]---[magnet box]---[PC]---[Wireless router]---[Wireless device]
>> And still get a public IP address at [Wireless device]?
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