I am currently staying in a hotel where they only have WiFi option for internet. I was successfully able to configure my TP-Link WR-703N router (on latest DD-WRT firmware) to connect to WiFi in Client Bridge mode and also act as access point for my devices. I am now able to connect any of my device to my router's WiFi network. I have used fixed IP addresses for my devices.Hotel wifi requires me to enter password for first login and also it allows only one device to connect with high speed (3 Mbps) Additional devices can be connected but at low speed (<1 Mbps). That's why I have added router to allow me to connect all of my devices at high speed. Whenever I connect my device to my internal wifi network, I get login page and after that it allows me to use that device for whatever time I want. If I try to connect another device to my internal wifi network, then I am again presented with login page on new device. If I enter login information on new device, it starts working but then old device gets disconnected and I again receive the login page on old device.What this means is, my external wifi somehow is able to detect that device is switched and it present login page on new device. Since all traffic is routed through WR-703N, I am not able to understand how external wifi detects the switch. As per my understanding, it should only see router's MAC and IP address as a connection point. I suspect that somehow IP/MAC addresses for individual devices are getting passed through router causing external wifi to trigger login page.Please let me know if anyone of you will be able to provide more insight on how I can make sure that external wifi only sees WR-703N router's MAC and IP address as a connection point.
I did not find the right solution from the internet.