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Can someone point me to the right direction?

I have a wireless router behind the firewall and I want to allow clients to connect wirelessly via winroute to the internet with ease.

What is the best method of handling IP addresses, DHCP, etc. so that users can just plu & play. Assume that I will have visiting users who are not typically part of the domain.

Thanks,
Eric
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Let Kerio assign ip addresses to the client with its DHCP server. Also specify the default gateway in the DHCP settings so it points to the firewall. Configure the access point as a bridge.
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Thanks...but,
My wireless access point manual says:

"Select Wireless Bridge to create a wireless connection between two or more wired networks. This mode connects the physically separated, wired networks using multiple access points. In the Remote Wireless Bridge¡¦s LAN MAC Addresses fields, enter the LAN MAC addresses of the remote access points."

Then:
"IMPORTANT: In Wireless Bridge mode, the Access
Point can ONLY be accessed by another access point
in Wireless Bridge mode. In order for your other
wireless devices to access the Access Point, you
must reset it to Access Point mode. The two modes
are mutually exclusive."

I'm not really connecting 2 wired networks via wireless, so is this really what you meant?
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No. My access point can function as a bridge. A wireless client is part of the lan without seeing the access point. If I run a traceroute from the client the access point is not visible.
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