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comment Segregating a multi-SSID WLAN
@LeeHarrison Thanks, that's a great idea and would certainly work with my equipment. Good thing I'm not a professional network admin because that hadn't occurred to me! However is there any way to prevent a user from getting "out" of this subnet? Couldn't a user just give himself a 192.168.1.0/24 address and be in the "protected" subnet, or would the AP be able to prevent this?
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comment Segregating a multi-SSID WLAN
@BatchyX Updated the question, thanks
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comment find command giving different outputs with/without -print
Ah, that's why. Figured it had to be something simple. I'll accept it as soon as it lets me.
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