interface -> bridge
local address -> 192.168.10.1 (default one!) and masquerade
pool -> modify as you wish !
certificate -> noe
smtp -> 0.0.0.0
dns -> 192.168.1.1
dns name -> anything
hotspot user > admin admin !
clean hotspot configuration:
you could change the hotspot name from the server tab.
you could change the server profile
remove cokiee from server profile.
user profile :
shared users to nil on default
create new user profile give it a name and a rate (512k/512k) and shared user to 1.
create new hotspt user:
server : the new server name on server tab
user : give it a name ans password
profile: the new created profile
clean up the dhcp:
rename and change the lease time
rename the ip pool.
activate tranparent web proxy:
ip-> web proxy and choose enables and you might need to change the administraor to your email.
then go to user profile and select transpernt proxy
wifi intercae settings
wireless -> security profile -> add
give it a name
mode is dynamic keys
wpa2 psk and choose aes and tkip on both lines !
and put your shared key
on the interface itself:
mode : ap bridge
frequency : all
ssid : your prefered name
securiy profile : teh profile you have just created.
bridge mode : disabled
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