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DockLine
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WISP networking / hotspot

Wed Jun 01, 2005 1:52 am

I am new to the Mikrotik community...I am using a RouterBoard 532 with level 5 license and still learning with the system. It has the latest version of 2.9. I do not yet have it online on my WISP.

I would like to use the Mikrotik as my main router...still using my existing Tranzeo Access Point. I would also like to use the hotspot capability....

I have the Hotspot Gateway working, but I cannot figure out how to do the following:

I want the Hotspot Gateway to be only seen by some IP addresses...others will be regular monthly customers and I do not want them to have to go through the Hotspot Gateway. I would like to use one gateway for several small hotspots around the village I live in.

In the example below I would like the 10.168.1.15 Access Point to have to go through the Hotspot Gateway, but the CPE at 10.168.1.xx I would like to just use the Mikrotik's other routing features.

I suspect this can be solved through proper subnetting....but I have not yet made it work.

How can I network this?

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ofasa
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Wed Jun 01, 2005 6:26 pm

You could just enable mac pass through on the hotspot gateway for the cpe's you don't want to use the hotspot login.
 
mperdue
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Wed Jun 01, 2005 6:29 pm

By the way that command is as follows:

/ ip firewall mangle
add src-mac-address=xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx action=passthrough mark-flow=hs-auth \
comment="Put what ever you want here" disabled=no
 
DockLine
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Thu Jun 02, 2005 5:18 pm

Thank you....between the advice above and discovered the Hotspot Gateway IP binding bypass feature, I have it working.

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