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Apr 7, 2012

I been using my mechanics Wifi connection with my internal wireless adapter for at least 6 months. Living next door he has a guest Wifi connection for his customers that requires a password. I only had to use the password once and since then it has automatically connected. I recently purchased a usb wirless adapter with an antenna to get a better signal and it connects to the server but the login access page will not display nor will it connect to the internet. With this I get error 102.

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Jan 25, 2011


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guest SSID is turned on

password is established 

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I successfully connect to the guest SSID but I do not get access to the internet. When I type ipconfig, I see that the DNS is set to which does not exist on my network. I assume there's some internal NAT magic that is supposed to happen in the E4200 to bridge me over to my 192.168.15.xxx network but it doesn't seem to be happening.At the beginning of the call I specifically asked them if the E4200 must be the DHCP server in order for the guest SSID feature to work and they said no. 1.5 hours later they had no answers so they told me that it wasn't working because the E4200 was not the DHCP server. The documentation says nothing about a DHCP requirement for guest AP service. Linksys support further could not answer what you would do if you needed more than one AP with guest service enabled.It seems like this is a firmware issue but it may be the guest SSID service requires the E4200 to also act as the DHCP server. Whether this is a bug or if the router/AP is working as designed?

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