i have linux running and use dhcp3server which manages my ip-addresses in my network. Now i got a zyxel-access-point and want to drive it on a different ip-range than my wired network. Is it possible to run one dhcp-server managing two ip-ranges?
If yes, how would that be established?
Update: My network is on IP-Range 192.168.1.x. My Gateway-PC running the DHCP-server has two networkcards eth0 for extern (internet) and eth1 with 192.168.1.1. If i configure the AP on a IP like 172.16.1.2 nothing works unless i define a second IP-Adress like 172.16.1.1 on my Gateway-PC's network eth1 (sudo ifconfig eth1:1 172.16.1.1 up).
Now i'm able to configure the Access-Point e.g. MAC-Filters and WEP-Key's. But the WLan-Clients don't get a IP-Adress unless the DHCP-Server serves the requests on eth1:1 with the given IP-Range-Adresses.
Last but not least there must be a route to eth0 to access to the internet.
Is there anybody who can help me thru the needed steps?