Danzuni Hi, I know that you have found a solution. I find your application is very interesting. It would be nice, if you could provide more information for the benefit of the other visitors.
Here are some thoughts from my side to dig in to the configuration:
- I would have thought the hot-spots of the MoodleBoxes need different SSIDs (moodlebox01, moodlebox02, ...) because their ranges may overlap. But there IP addresses could all be the same (10.0.0.1), since each wirelss network is a private network on its own.
- They can also keep the same URL, http://moodlebox.home. The students have to be careful to join their SSID, if the wireless ranges overlap.
- Obviously the IP addresses of the Ethernet side (cable) need to be different. If the MoodleBoxes get their IP addresses from the router/DHCP server, there won't be a collision. Only thing, you don't immediately know which one has which address. Most DHSP allows reserving IP addresses based on their MAC addresses. Then you can have 192.168.1.11, 192.168.1.12, usw. for the MoodleBoxes.
- In this setup, accessing the MoodleBoxes from the wired LAN will be a problem. But that is anyway not part of MoodleBox. You have to find a system following the documentation Nicolas has given.
- The wireless of the access point / switch / router on top right doesn't play a part in this, right? Your MoodleBoxes require a switch, DHCP server and router, right?
What is the use in general? Is it a school, where you combine the access point and Moodle in to a MoodleBox per room? Why?