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Routing From Wifi To 3g Dongle


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Hello and thanks for this project :)

I have little question how to route my wifi trafic to my 3g dongle on jasager

Firmware 1.1.1

I have manage to get my zte mf102 3g dongle to work with both 3g connection to my Swedish provider (Tele2) and activate and mounted the micro sd card in dongle.

Interfaces

PoE / LAN Port: 172.16.42.1

USB 3G Modem: 85.189.143.119

WAN / LAN Port:

Public Internet: reveal public ip

from jasager web gui i can install modules so it have contact to internet but when i connect to wifi i will not get thru to internet how can i fix this .....

Yes i know i sux at routing and iptables ;-)

Regards Tazzy

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Ok i found it hope the answer can help some ;)

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The solution was like this

iptables -A FORWARD -i eth1 -o wlan0 -s 172.16.42.0 -m state --state NEW -j ACCEPT

iptables -A FORWARD -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT

iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o 3g-wan2 -j MASQUERADE

Now i can get traffic thru the jasager super ;)

I made a little "gerilla pack" with battery pack and dongle.

http://www.picvalley.net/v.php?p=u/2680/211252332218688759791334772488np38pU0kCkG8maMPOd6R.JPG

http://www.picvalley.net/v.php?p=u/2416/56298487120938347411334772494XcuAeTcjsbfStfr8xgoQ.JPG

// Tazzy

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very nice pics...

what battery and cable are you using?

NTF

Hi NTF

Its a noname portable powerbank 6000mAh with two usb 1Amp out

the cable is a power cable to some old usb netcard i had in my junk box.

// Tazzy

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Nice set-up but without usb storage is it usable for anything other than giving free wifi and being chuffed that the device said yes to clients? Any type of monitoring would fill the local storage up with log file's quite quickly wouldn't it? I suppose you could pivot an attack on an end client's machine once they are in your ip range but to actively review traffic would need storage for the packages and logs. We really need two usb ports, anyone tried an unpowered usb hub?

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Nice set-up but without usb storage is it usable for anything other than giving free wifi and being chuffed that the device said yes to clients? Any type of monitoring would fill the local storage up with log file's quite quickly wouldn't it? I suppose you could pivot an attack on an end client's machine once they are in your ip range but to actively review traffic would need storage for the packages and logs. We really need two usb ports, anyone tried an unpowered usb hub?

Hello Isolot

I use a 16gb microsd card in my 3g dongle for that ;)

// Tazzy

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