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What is the best way to forward all the HTTP traffic going through a wireless access point to an NT machine connected to the same hub? The traffic will not be external traffic (no NAT) it will be all local traffic.


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if you use linux-based firmware for your accesspoint [eg dd-wrt] you can turn it into a router and there you can do traffic redirecting based on source/destination ip as described here.

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