I would like to know if the following scenario is possible:
- WTWARE in RPi 4 (boot from SD card)
- Wifi enabled and connected (connected to subnet 10.0.1.0/24, IP by DHCP)
- LAN enabled and connected to an RDP workstation (subnet 10.0.2.0/24, static IP)
The second subnet has no gateway (isolated network). So I would need the Wifi connection to verify the license file on the RPi. Or is this not necessary?
Thanks a lot in advance.
We have 20+ Raspberry Pi 4 terminals connected through Wifi to a Windows Server 2019 with DHCP. Due to the way our ISP works, we have to use their DHCP server to connect to the internet. In order to have 2 DHCP servers on the network, we want to implement VLAN's. The VLAN would isolate the DHCP servers. Is it possible to have the Wifi connection connect via one VLAN using Ubiquiti Access Points to one DHCP server and the Ethernet connection connect via the other VLAN to the ISP's DHCP server and then using sessions the user can pick to connect to Google Chrome for the internet connection or to the server for the Terminal Server connection. I know this is probably a long stretch, just trying to figure out a solution.
1. Configure wtware to work with WiFi.
2. On another machine create file 'runme' without extension with this text:
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#!/bin/sh modprobe genet modprobe lan78xx modprobe smsc95xx ifconfig eth1 192.168.2.200 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
3. Put 'runme' into my.zip archive.
4. If Raspberry downloads configs from SD, upload my.zip to /configs folder on SD with terminal web interface or write directly to SD.
If Raspberry downloads configs by network, put my.zip into Everyone folder on TFTP/HTTP.
5. Add to wtware config file:
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Routing is disabled by default, so traffic from Ethernet will never pass to WiFi.
I have not had a chance to try this yet because I am away from home for awhile.
I need to get an IP address from a DHCP server on etho, so is the dhclient command available instead of assigning an address using the ifconfig command?