Basically, instead of connecting the Omerga2's Ethernet port to a Modem, it's connected directly to a Web Server with a static IP. See attached diagram.
I can connect my phone to the AP, but when I type in the web address (192.168.1.250) I get a message saying can't reach that page.
tor v0.2.9.10-1 This package contains the tor daemon.
tor-gencert Generate certs and keys for Tor directory authorities.
tor-geoip This package contains a GeoIP database mapping IP addresses to countries.
tor-resolve Resolve a hostname to an IP address via tor.
I have read this conversation before posting. At that time, I didn't catach the information.
Now, I read carefully again, it is clarified that "omeag 2 (openWRT) AP's client limitation is 253."
Thank you for your reminding.
Is it possible to have a second network (like a guest network, for example) running on the Omega's access point link, using its own SSID? I have been trying to do that, but have not succeeded yet. Mainly, I have become an expert in recovering an Omega that has lost its wireless connection after each of my new experiments.
Currently there is an issue connecting to the cloud caused by the latest version of libcurl in the Lede base firmware. We're looking to see if we can do anything about it at the moment as this has never happened before.
Can you tell us the following:
Your computer's operating system
The last firmware version you remember on the Omega2+
Setup (eg. Expansion Dock)
Are you able to connect via serial and rerun wifisetup? Please post screenshots when trying to connect to the Omega's wifi as well.
Here is how I understand how is configured the Network Topology when the Omega(2) is used as a WiFi Access Point. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here's a graph I picked up on the net, and commented using an example of possible IP addresses.
As can be seen, Internet can go back and forth through the Omega(2) to support the WiFi sub-network. If the Internet traffic requested by the WiFi sub-network is too much to bare, the Omega(2) will clearly become the bottleneck, thus limiting the number of WiFi users that can benefit from an acceptable Internet speed.