[Chilli] how to disable chilli dhcp server
david at coova.com
Sun Mar 21 06:10:32 UTC 2010
You can have chilli 'handle' the WPA network too.. in fact, you can have
your AP send it's RADIUS through chilli in order to get RADIUS
accounting (assuming your APs are not doing that already). You can also
use chilli with the parameters you mention and an external server - but
I've heard people complain about it not working when the DHCP server is
also on localhost...
On Thu, 2010-03-18 at 19:20 +0300, Anatoly Oreshkin wrote:
> I have coova-chilli 1.2.2 configured and running successfully.
> The configuration:
> eth0 (18.104.22.168/27) - wan interface looking into local network
> eth1 (10.2.3.0/24) - subscriber interface looking into internal network
> for clients.
> Both local network and internal network are in the same physical network
> We would like to set up external DHCP server for serving wireless clients
> with WPA2 security using the
> same APs as chilli clients and also serving wire clients.
> But having 2 DHCP servers on the same physical segment is impossible.
> So I would like to disable chilli's builtin dhcp server and assign IP
> addresses though external DHCP
> To achive this goal I tried to use chilli parameters:
> dhcpgateway,dhcpgatewayport, dhcprelayagent
> but without success.
> Also I tried iptables like this:
> iptables -p udp --destination-port 67:68 -j DROP
> and also no success.
> May be to use ebtables ?
> The question is a such scenario is possible ?
> Any help.
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