An owner of a campsite has asked me to help setting up a (paid) wireless network around the site.
A friend of mine told me that I could use a Cisco 3620 connected to good wireless router to realise this.
He is quite good at programming routers, so he would be able to write a program for the Cisco 3620.
This is the original idea:
-customers buy a limited time ticket for the use of the Wifi. They get a code which is connected to user-info, so that the right MAC-adresses can be logged to the right person. (this is necessary in the Netherlands).
The internet itself will also be routed to the Cisco, coming from a regular DSL-modem/router combination.
The terminal (a small PC), running 24/7 is connected to the Cisco 3620. We can use a program on this terminal to enter new 'users' and so on.
The Senao Acces Point is connected to the Cisco 3620 router. One acces point should be enough, because the campsite has just a few obstacles and is quite small.
Anyway: my question is. How would I connect this? The 3620 I have laying around here has the following ports:
2x RJ45 (1x CON, 1X AUX)
1X: Fast eth1
1X: Fast eth0
1X: 10/100 BaseTX. (module: 1FE-TX)
I have no clue about how I would connect the terminal and the AP to this router. Of course, I understand that this depends on the program that will be running on the router, but I'm still hoping that anyone out here can help me out a little bit.
Thanks in advance,
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