I have cable modem connected to Router-1 WAN port. I have Router-1 LAN port connected to Router-2 WAN port. I have Router-2 LAN port connected to Router-3 LAN port. Router-1 serves DNS to Router-2.
Router-1 and Router-2 are wired with no wifi enabled. I want to make Router-3 a wifi access point with an IP address within Router-2. So if Router-2 has an IP of 192.168.2.1, I would like Router-3 to have an IP of 192.168.2.2 (for example). But Router-3 will be a wifi provider.
Can someone advise what settings would allow for this configuration?
This guide has not been working for me. Thank you for posting it though. When I make the specified configuration and Save & Apply, OpenWrt goes thru its 30 second countdown and offers to revert the changes. If I don't revert, I get locked out.
The guide does not mention protocol via the LuCI config. Is it correct that the Protocol is left at "Static address"? For example, Network > Interfaces > LAN > Edit = Protocol: Static address.
Is it also correct that when setting the DNS, I am setting the field "Use custom DNS servers" to the address of the "Main Router"?
Here is a screenshot of the after effect in LuCI (but I configured it in terminal how it is described in the wiki). Notice how the Disable DHCP for this interface is not enabled. The old wiki has me disable dnsmasq.