I have followed the tutorial here: http://alphaloop.blogspot.com/2014/01/r ... s.html?m=1 to setup my Pi (Original Pi B running latest raspbian) as an access point that tunnels everything through an OpenVPN connection. However I am trying to make it to where there are multiple connections available. For example SSID_1 connects to OpenVPN_1 that is on my home network while SSID_2 connects to OpenVPN_2 which is at my work and SSID_3 connects to OpenVPN_3 which is on a VPS in the cloud. I know I will probably have to use something besides udhcpd for DHCP as it appears to only support one scope.
My issue right now is I cannot for the life of me get multiple SSID's working. Either with a single wifi adapter or multiple. I have a Panda PAU03 and a Netis WF-2111 (RT5370 and RTL8188CUS chipset respectively). I can add the configuration for the wlan1 to the hostapd.conf but then it fails to start. Looking at /var/log/syslog it gives me no useful information. I did read somewhere when I was trying to do multiple SSID on a single adapter with wlan0_0 and such that the raspberry pi would not allow more than one vif to be active at a time. So I am trying with multiple adapters now.
Is this something that is even remotely possible? I would love to have the ability to just travel with my Pi and depending on which connection I needed just connect to that one.