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OpenBSD with Linksys WRT54G
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: OpenBSD with Linksys WRT54G
- From: Alari Kask <alari_(_at_)_ope_(_dot_)_khk_(_dot_)_tartu_(_dot_)_ee>
- Date: Mon, 04 Jul 2005 00:16:09 +0300
my home network consists of 6 machines, one of them runs openbsd, which
i used for dhcp, nat, pf, php, mysql, etc.
Now i bought a Linksys WRT54g wifi router, at the moment i use the
router's configuration utility, which is accessible over the web,
i'm not familiar with it and it doesn't feel comfortable for me, i'd
still like to use openbsd for serving my home network and use the router
for 100Mb LAN and for WiFi,
my question is - is it possible to just use the router as an access
point and set the firewall rules, dhcpd on my openbsd box, so the router
would just show up as an interface under ifconfig ?