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I've the opportunity to install a ts-i300w device at home but before doing this, I just to want to clarify something. Thanks for help in advance.
Is it possible to configure this device to make a link between an existing wireless network and a desktop computer via his Lan port. So something like that:
wireless dsl router <---WLAN---> ts-i330W <-----LAN-----> desktop computer.
In this way, the NAS will be visible on the wireless network and the desktop computer + offer the internet connection (available on the wireless network) to the desktop PC.
Again thanks for help. Best regards
Last edited by degehi (2009-08-19 13:04:51)
Its not possible while using official ts-i300w features because lan and wifi is bonded together.
And the unofficial way? Or a better question: is there a way to run a "client-bridge" on the device? I mean, let the device as Access Point and make then a bridge beetween the two wifi networks.
Or any idea for doing this?
Last edited by degehi (2009-08-19 15:28:39)
It is possible but it will need lot of work and time. Better spend some more money and buy bridge.
If you want to try then chroot your ts-i300w to some standard i386 compatible linux distro. Then you should have some tools to unbond wifi/lan interface and configure both of them as you need. You might also need to boot custom kernel or compile bridge.o
Most of all it would help a lot if you know how to configure interfaces manually from linux command line in regular pc.