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comment Adding router to existing wireless network to separate networks
I did everything as you said and it works! I cloned the MAC address of my laptop, which I had already used to login to the network, and I can surf the internet through my router! this is great, thanks!
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comment Adding router to existing wireless network to separate networks
That makes perfect sense! HAHA! This is exciting! One last question I have that I didn't think of before: They have a login page for any device that accesses the internet - just a splash page. However, meraki can whitelist a device by MAC address. Since I can't use the splash page to login for the router or wet54g, I will have to have them whitelist the mac address. The question is, which mac should they whitelist? Should I have them whitelist the wireless bridge's mac and then clone that mac on the router? I'm not sure how to go about this...
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comment Adding router to existing wireless network to separate networks
wbeard52 - ok, I did ifconfig and found the following assigned by the meraki network: inet addr:10.109.148.72 Bcast:10.255.255.255 Mask:255.0.0.0. Knowing these details, what should the IP address of the WET54G be? What should the IP of my router be?
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comment Adding router to existing wireless network to separate networks
I contacted Meraki tech support and they said this can't be done. is there anything they could have done to disable what I am trying to do?
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