What the WAN IP is isn't clear... by default ETH00 is 192.168.0.75 (which is also the management GUI address) and that was fine with the old modem that was at 192.168.0.1 and didn't assign DHCP IPs to connected devices. The new modem now assigns 192.168.42.100 to Zeroshell's ETH00. Zeroshell's ETH01 is 192.168.2.1. That's wired to the Ubiquiti AP which is 192.168.2.2. Clients connect to that AP, and ZS assigns them IPs from 192.168.2.100 to 2.255. There are two more Ubiquiti devices configured as wireless bridge/repeaters at 192.168.2.6 and 2.11, which more distant clients connect to. No VLAN. The subnet mask everywhere is 255.255.255.0. As it stands, clients can access the internet, the ZS interface at 192.168.0.75 (192.168.2.1 also works), and the wireless config page at 192.168.42.1, but not the satellite information page at 192.168.0.1.
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This is a new problem... we recently restored our seasonal service, didn't work, and a tech came out and replaced both the radio on the dish and the modem with the new version. I guess it's a 2000W and the old one was a 1000 (?), I'm not on site now. I'm not using the built in wifi. Our setup uses a LAN able from the modem to our router (a PC running Zeroshell, which is a Linux router software), which is in turn connected to a long range Ubiquiti outdoor AP with two repeaters. Zeroshell uses 192.168.0.75 as the IP for its internal configuration page, the Hughes modem assigns it an IP of 192.168.42.100, and the other network card (going to the outdoor AP) is 192.168.2.1. Devices on the outdoor wifi network are assigned DHCP IPs between 192.168.2.50-255. Zeroshell is set to use 192.168.0.1 as the gateway. Anyway, I now have internet connectivity but I'm unable to get to the system control center at 192.168.0.1 from any device on our network (I was using two different Android devices with Dolphin browser). I can, however, get to the wifi settings page at 192.168.42.1. If I do connect to the built in wifi I can access the control center. WIth the old modem, I never had this problem, but of course it didn't have a built in router... I see no way to disable the routing functions in the new modem. I'm thinking it must be a gateway or netmask problem, but everything I've tried not only doesn't fix it but also kills internet access.
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