I'm trying to configure my GL-MT300N-V2 to connect via WDS to my Netgear R9000 (which runs DD-WRT), to function as a WIFI to Ethernet bridge. It connects and works fine but the clients are all on a separate subnet and I need them to be on the same subnet as the station.
I attempted to change the IP of the
br-lan interface to an address on the same subnet (192.168.2.10) and then disable the DHCP server. I could get to the LuCi panel but did not have an internet connection or a connection to the station, and then a short time later, I could not reach the panel at all.
Would anybody have any idea on how I could go about fixing this?
Use relay configuration, no need for WDS :
in the exemple 192.168.2.xxx are not used
all machines use 192.168.1.xxx
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Hi, sorry for the late reply.
It turned out I did not follow the instructions properly and I have now got WDS working. It was due to me not changing the firewall zone to "lan" when connecting to the station. I did also try relayd but found slightly better performance with WDS.
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