OpenWRT in Client Mode
- Modem Router (Host Router) configure as AP, I'm using TP-LINK TD-W8960N
- TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Wireless Router flash with OpenWRT
- Host Router IP address: 192.168.1.1
- Host Router ESSID: ccc
- Host Router Channel: 6
- Client Router: 192.168.0.1 (The network address must be differ from Host Router)
Note: The red colour part for above 192.168.0.1 is the network address, while the blue colour part is the host address.
Setting IP address for Client Router
The default IP address is 192.168.1.1, change it to 192.168.0.1
Click Scan button to list available wireless network.
It should display a list of available wireless network arround your area. Select a wireless network you decided to join.
Enter WPA passphrase (I'm using WPA as the security protocol) which must same as your Host Router, leave the Name of the new network as wwan.
Summary of Wireless Network Client
As shown in figure below is the settings detected automatically. Don't change any thing here, just click Save and Apply button to continue.
Restart the router, connect notebook (do not use wireless, must using network cable) to the router. You should able to connect to internet.
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 09:34
posted by Vamsi
I have a question regarding the Network Configuration, did you add the wifi or eth0 interface to the bridge in Network->interface->Lan settings at the client router?.
You only showed how to modify the Ip address, I see the br-lan interface, but the interfaces bridged to it are not visible. Can you please share the configuration.
The traffic from the host PC (connected to the client router) has to be forwarded from the ethernet port to the WiFi interface (wlan0/wlan1/wifi0/wifi1 or anything, naming doesn't matter) of the client router, so that the client router forwards the traffic to the host router. I know that the briding is not allowed in STA/client mode, did you use ip tables/ebtables ? to forward the traffic ?
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 05:42
posted by Paul
Saved my day! Thank you so much!
Thursday, 24 November 2016 02:08
posted by Kyle Burkett
you are my hero in every way. I've spent hours trying to configure it correctly with no luck. Messing with DHCP and DNS seems like what was creating an issue as I reset and followed your directions and had it operating perfectly right away. I LOVE YOU! THANK YOU SO MUCH