I don't know what the proxy is, could you point me in the 
right direction to learn about this aspect of the system, 
other than smartbridges, or Trango.  Would they be my best 
bet for a start.

---- Original message ----
>Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 20:27:50 -0500
>From: John Scrivner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  
>Subject: Re: [WISPA] Problem LAN  
>To: WISPA General List <>
>Try bypassing the Linksys Nat router altogether. You will 
have to assign 
>some addresses from the 192.168.10.x network to the PCs at 
the far end 
>as opposed to the 192.168.15.x network as it is now. If it 
works then 
>the trouble is because you are double nat'd. If you have 
bridges with 
>proxy arp enabled in the loop with two nats I have seen 
this. If the 
>problem is still there then you have an issue with your SB 
units. Let me 
>know what you find and I will give you more to play with. I 
think you 
>will find this is a proxy arp with double NAT problem. Once 
we know the 
>cause then we can discuss solutions.
>Ron Wallace wrote:
>>To All,
>>I need help,I have no experience with this LAN type set-up.
>>I have a customer with a LAN and a wireless link between 
>>buildings.  I have mounted a POP on their 90' 'grain stack' 
>>at a third building.  I come down the 'stack' 75' to an 
>>outdoor bridge, Cat5e 65' to my power inserter and a 
>>To here everything works fine.  I can plug my laptop into 
>>router, see my whole WISP net and have Inet Access.
>>The LAN is running in three buildings.  
>>1.- Office, A 3Com Hub connecting one PC, and a Belkin 
>>Point used to connect one laptop and a printer with a 
>>wireless print server attached.  Telco cabling to a second 
>>office building 75' away, with one PC.  
>>I have added one bridge to the peak of building 3, where my 
>>router is, with a 120' cat5e connecting to the bridge.  I 
>>see the Belkin access from this bridge, RSSI 90.
>>I can see the router from the offices, pinging, with the PC 
>>and my laptop, but cannot access the net.  When I move my 
>>laptop to the router, I can access all.
>>I turned the power on the bridge in building 3 to max and 
>>still can ping but no access.
>>What am I doing wrong?  Is this link from the Belkin AP 
>>the attendent cabling just too long?  Too much latency for 
>>this all to work?
>>What are your thoughts, maybe I am the problem.  How would 
>>you configure this network?
>>Ron Wallace
>>Hahnron, Inc.
>>220 S. Jackson St.
>>Addison, MI 49220
>>Phone:  (517) 547-8410
>>Mobile:  (517) 605-4542
>>e-mail:   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>WISPA Wireless List:
Ron Wallace
Hahnron, Inc.
220 S. Jackson St.
Addison, MI 49220

Phone:  (517) 547-8410
Mobile:  (517) 605-4542
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