= Wireless Guest Network: Part I =
nvram set wan_hostname="myap1"
nvram set wan_proto="none"
* '''Step 3''' - Create a separate VLAN or physical network, preferably with a separate Internet connection. Put that APs on that subnet.
* '''Step 6''' - Reboot the WRT54GL, make sure all is well. Now, connect the POE adapaters and place the APs where you want them.
* '''Step 7''' - Configure Wireless - Place the access points on their respecitve channels using the command "'''nvram set wl0_channel=1'''". Ideally, you could have 3 APs, one on channel 1, 6, and 11. Now, set all of the SSIDs to the same value using the command "'''nvram set wl0_ssid="guestwireless'''".
You should now be able to associate to the given SSID. Which access point you associate with will depend heavily on the wireless driver that you are using, and other factors that require too much math.
= Listener Feedback and
''' E-mail added by [Larry] - Jim S. writes:'''
<pre>In episode 76 when you were discussing the new WiFi distance record, Nick was saying you can't direct a radio wave in flight. We beg to differ. <pictures of waveguide></pre>
[Larry] - So,I went back and read everything I could on Intel's new wireless bending. We were waaaay off the mark. Not in flight, but at transmit, for long range and "moving antennas". Only for slight variations!
''' Email added by [Larry] - Chris B . writes:'''
''' Email added by [Larry] - Shlomo D. writes:'''
<pre>I was thinking about what you guys said in Episode 72. It seems that
[Larry] Wow, so much seems to be wrong here. Let's discuss - onsite, policies, education, identifiable information....