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I have problem setting up my wireless network and redirecting my wireless client to my local webpages before they can access to internet.   see this diagram below : http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/496/howtowilan.jpg

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You need to replace your modem with a router that is capable of running Network Address Translation. You are trying to route private IP's (192,168.x.x) over the public IP (internet) network.

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