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So, if you are using an apartment wifi setup, because you are already paying for it and it's fast, how can you also have a local network so that your non-wifi devices get routed out to the apartment wifi, and of course you have your own local router and firewall? You can use a WAP as a bridge to get to the wifi, but then that's just your devices directly connected to their building router. Of course in a perfect world that would be fine, but who would really trust that? They can provide mac based pre-approval of devices, but still.
Is there anything that would act as a front end to an apartment wifi system, but provide the standard local firewall/router type functionality?
I use an old Win Server as the only thing connected to the internet; dual-homed, and my internal network has to go through there to get out. Most of my devices are hard-wired, and my WiFi SSID is not broadcast so it sees very little traffic
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Your return could've been a bit more dramatic.
I was thinking something like "Mortals! Thou hath awakened me from abyssal sleep. State thy business!"
Now it's just a bit of an anti climax
Missed opportunity, really...