At work we want to setup an 8 node raspberry pi cluster. The purpose of the cluster is to test different technologies and have a good time.
We cant manage the wifi at work and the only way we have access to the internet is through a Wireless Access Point.
We know it is possible to set up a local network, where the Raspberries can be accesed but without access to the whole wide web.
[EDIT] The only way we can connect to the WWW is through wireless if the device is registered using the device mac-address.
Would we be able to set up some type of router that can take in Wifi from the Wifi Access Points and create a "local network" and that have access to WWW.
And would it be possible for users to:
- Access the Raspberries when connected to the "local network"
- Access the Raspberries when connected to the Wifi (Wireless Access Point)
The red square (?? Wifi router, router??) in the image below, is the missing link in our setup. The work network is located in the green zone and i bet they have alot of security and firewalls that we cant manage.