Vernon Cole wrote:
I am new here and can't find this in the documentation...
I have a Linux box connected to the ethernet port of a mesh router.
If I let it use dhcp, it connects to the internet just fine via
wireless link to one of my other two open-mesh routers, both of which
are connected to Internet gateways.
I want to enable a splash screen on the 101.x.x.x network, so that
I can share it openly. If I do that, I must also "log in" my hardwired
box, which makes it not work for my needs.
The 102.x.x.x network works just fine via wireless (I am using it
to type this message) but I cannot figure how how to connect to 102.x
using the hard line to eth0.
I notice on the dashboard that there is a *future* switch to turn on
a "bridge" mode. That sounds like what I am trying to do. I want to
inter-tie two hardwire networks on 102.x while letting outsiders use
101.x as an isolated v-lan on the same mesh.
How do I convince an open-mesh router to enable access to 102.x
from the ethernet port? I am not good enough at command line Linux
interface configuration and routing and iptables to figure this out on
my own. (Hard addressing and static routes would be fine.)
How it this related to batman(-adv|-experimental) or the tools provided on
Please use the technical support  of open-mesh.com
for your open-mesh.com
hardware or software.