I live on a sailboat, and am constantly moving and using various WiFi AP's.
I want my Linksys WRT54GL (it has the latest release version of Kamikaze on it) to:
1) Connect to a specific AP in Client mode (call this AP "Shore" for this discussion)
2) Create a AP for boat use (Call this AP "Boat")
3) Link the "Shore" AP to the "Boat" AP, as well as route all data from Shore to the LAN ports. NAT is fine, as the internal network devices should be able to talk to each other, but don't need to talk to the LAN on the other side of the Shore AP- just the internet. Also, I want the internal devices to DHCP if at all possible.
The reason I want to do this is so that all my local devices associate to the "Boat" AP, and I simply change the "Shore" AP stuff when I move around.
I was thinking I would have to have two routers, but OpenWRT looks like it can do that- I was able to get both an AP and Client mode going last night, but couldn't figure out exactly what bridge settings I needed and whatnot.
I looked around online, and see lots of partial answers, but the oldwiki vs newwiki appears to be hiding the magic bullet I'm looking for.
Is this possible?
I apologize if this is a stupid question!