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Old 4th October 2011
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Default Routing through subnets

Hello all !

I have small problem as I don't use often pf and IT related tools though I set up a print server on OpenBSD.

I need to create WIFI subnet using some WIFI router.

Here is topology of how it looks like:

Code: (Gate)-> (OpenBSD server)-> (WIFI router)-> (WIFI router client)

So on ral0 is in the same WIFI network as
From on vr0 (ethernet) I connect to WIFI router (what ip to give on vr0? or bridge vr0 with ral0?) WIFI router is AP for my clients, i.e. Should I configure somehow that WIFI router like gate adress?

Do you know how to configure through PF that will send and receive packets thorough and finally

If you have some similar setup for two subnets I would appreciate it (just a sketch so I understand how it works).

Thank you for your help.


Last edited by Pjoter; 4th October 2011 at 10:03 AM. Reason: Code tags
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