This example shows a DSL WAN connection with a shared single ISP IP address.  It contains wireless clients only and uses a wireless “Access Point” that has a built-in NAT router.


1) The wireless clients are on a “private”, non-routable subnet, i.e. 192.168.0.X, that is created by the NAT router in the Access Point.

2) The DSL modem to Access point connection may need to be made via crossover cable or normal UTP cable, depending on the modem’s LAN port configuration.  See this page for more information on when to use a crossover cable.