If I don't want to use wireless encryption, but I still want security and I want to use sshuttle (on the clients, see: https://github.com/apenwarr/sshuttle/) for tunneling everything through an SSH tunnel then what could I do to prevent ANY traffic through the router? OpenWrt 10.04 Backfire.
So the wireless clients doesn't get ANY traffic until they OpenVPN'ed or SSH tunneled to the router.
So if someone sees the unencrypted wireless connection, and connects to it, then it couldn't surf the net, because it's blocked "somehow" (<- the question is this). And he can't even see the connected wireless clients, e.g.: with using (wifi-iface section):
option 'isolate' '1'
So it could only see that there is the router, e.g.: 192.168.1.1 and has only 1 open port sshd on e.g.: 55555.
In this way the "real" (valid) clients could be sure that they connect to the good router & and the traffic would be fully encrrypted?