LANCOM Support Knowledgebase Document No. 1204.2410.3253.RHOO - V1.60

DSLoL: Setting up a WAN connection that operates over a logical WLAN interface of a LANCOM access point or wifi router



Description:

An IPv4 masquerading ("NAT") is only possible over a WAN connection. When going in the direction of a LAN or
WLAN interface wants to mask, then the appropriate LAN or WLAN interface must be declared as a DSL port,
so that it can be used to establish a WAN connection (typically IPoE or DHCPoE).

This was only possible for access points until LCOS 10.12. As of LCOS version 10.20 DSLoL is also available for WiFi routers.

This document describes how to set up a WAN connection that operates over a logical WLAN interface of a LANCOM access point or wifi router (DSLoL).


Requirements:
  • LANtools as of version 7.80 (download latest version), LCOS as of version 10.20 for wifi routers
  • LCOS as of version 7.80 (download latest version), LCOS as of version 10.20 for wifi routers
  • A WAN connection is already set up on the LANCOM access point or wifi router


Procedure:

1) Open the configuration of the LANCOM access point or wifi router in LANconfig and go to the menu Configuration -> Interfaces -> WAN -> Interface settings -> DSLoL.

2) Under LAN interface select the appropriate logical WLAN interface that is to be used to establish the WAN connection.


Catchwords: DSLoWLAN
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