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Old 4th July 2014
EverydayDiesel EverydayDiesel is offline
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Default A Very Simple Wireless Access Point

Hello everyone.

I am trying to setup a basic wireless internet using wpa2 and a dhcpd server that will hand out clients.

I am following along in the book of PF and so far I am able to see the wireless adapter and connect to it. However I am not able to obtain an ip address on the client.

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After a reboot it appears that openbsd is looking to obtain a ip address via dhcp? I want the clients to get the ip address and openbsd to hand them out with dhcpd.

I even tried starting httpd athn0 but had no luck

What am I doing wrong here? Why can I not get a ip address on the client?
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