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Subnet Mask - The subnet mask associated with the WAN IP Address. Default Gateway - The Gateway currently used by the Router is shown here. When you use Dynamic IP as the connection Internet type, the Renew button will be displayed here. Subnet Mask - The subnet mask of the remote subnet. Typically a Class C subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 is used, which in slash notation is /24 as used in the diagram above. Gateway - This must be set to the IP address of the next hop to the destination subnet which in this case is the WAN IP of Router2 and Router3. In networks with more devices Setting up a wireless LAN (WLAN) is more of an art than a science. The answer to your question depends on how many people you need to support in a given area. In a single building, for example, if you have a lot of people accessing the WLAN full time, you probably want to make each floor a subnet so you can segregate your traffic for better Powerful and intuitive multi-site management via the cloud, eliminating the cost and complexity of traditional on-site wireless controllers. End-to-end management which unifies WAN, LAN, wireless LAN, and mobile device management under a single pane of glass. @Iszi, a WAP and a router are not the same thing. What I'm trying to assess is whether the unsecured devices on the guest wireless subnet can access the secured devices on a different subnet, specifically one that is the parent of the guest wireless subnet. – Logical Fallacy Jun 20 '13 at 14:57 | When I connect to "Wireless 3" I don't have internet access. Here is the current configuration: Subnet 2 : 172.18.1.250/16 vlan 5, no DHCP Subnet 3: 172.20.1.250/16 vlan 10, no DHCP Subnet 4: 192.168.10.1/24 vlan 15, DHCP Wireless 1: Bridge to WAN, Access VLAN 5 Wireless 2: Bridge to WAN, Acess VLAN 10 Nov 14, 2006 · SonicWALL wireless routers support both the 802.11b and 802.11g standards. In most installations the SonicWALL device serves as the access point for the network’s wireless clients.
Under Objects | Address Objects page both W0 (WLAN) Subnet and LAN Primary Subnet will be pointing to the same subnet. When wireless clients connect to the SonicWall WLAN they will get an IP address from the SonicWall LAN segment. NOTE:If the SonicWall is the DHCP Server the WLAN clients can get an IP from the LAN DHCP lease scope on the SonicWall.
Wireless LAN | Wireless LAN Adapters | Wi-Fi Access Point
Critical to making this work is the ability of the wireless kit to provide a "real" inter-subnet roaming function across the campus with roam times (including authentication and authorization) at
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