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So after searching both here and the internet, I've decided to post and be a n00b about it...

I have a Fon+ 2201. Flashed and working fine with OpenWRT and Jasager.

I have a laptop running XP. I know I should use Linux. But I'm not going to.

I have ICS setup on the XP machine, connected to my wifi.

I have the Fon+ connected via cat5 and the LAN port to my laptop's ethernet port.

I have the Fon+ running DHCP for it's clients, and static IP's for the ethernet port and the FON+.

I have everything appearingly configured properly, however the Fon+ clients cannot get the internet. The Fon+ itself can reach various IPs using the laptop's ICS, but the clients connected to it cannot.

Is this a VLAN issue? what could be keeping the Fon+ users from reaching the net if the router itself can?

Thanks guys.

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Are you plugging the ethernet cable into the WAN port on the fon+?

Is the WAN port and the laptop NIC on the same network? ie. 192.168.0.1 and 19.168.0.254

I have a laptop running XP. I know I should use Linux. But I'm not going to.

Why should you be using Linux? XP is a fine OS.

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Are you plugging the ethernet cable into the WAN port on the fon+?

Is the WAN port and the laptop NIC on the same network? ie. 192.168.0.1 and 19.168.0.254

Why should you be using Linux? XP is a fine OS.

Everyone says to use Linux for the MITM attack.

I use both, I just figured that canned response would appear as I've seen it in other threads...

Yes they are on the same subnet. And I am using the LAN port not the WAN port.. is this why?

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It really doesnt matter what OS you're using for what you're doing because you will PHYSICALLY be in the middle

client---fon---you---router---internet

but yes, try configuring the WAN interface to be on the same network as the laptop NIC. That should do it.

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It really doesnt matter what OS you're using for what you're doing because you will PHYSICALLY be in the middle

client---fon---you---router---internet

but yes, try configuring the WAN interface to be on the same network as the laptop NIC. That should do it.

I got it working!

Then I fried it.

Literally.

All that work...

oh well..

*orders next one*

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