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    Default Separate IP address?

    Hello all!

    I work IT for a resort and recently installed Untangle as our router. I have Untangle as 192.168.0.1, I have all of our workstations assigned static IP within the o.* range. I would like our guess who use the WiFi to have a 192.168.1.1 to 3.254 ip address and separate them out so they cant see any of the servers or workstation.

    I have the following in place but it isn't working like I thought, any ideas?

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    Do you see the traffic in the event log? Is it going through Untangle?
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    Is the WiFi access point using NAT? Look at the session viewer on Untangle to see what IP the address the Untangle sees for the WiFi traffic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Do you see the traffic in the event log? Is it going through Untangle?
    Yes the traffic is going through Untangle.
    Do you think the Ubiquti's are giving out those IP's?

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