I have around 20-30Gb not consumed internet traffic per month that I would be happy to donate to a public. My apartment is on a first flow of the building with a park and all the activities just across the road so I assume there will be some demand for the wifi there. Honestly speaking, I'm playing with my kids there regularly, so I would be the first user ;-).
Anyway, the question now is what would be the best way to configure this?
Basically, I have a telecom BBA with Thomson wifi modem and a few devices connected via ethernet and wifi. I'd like to separate my home network from the public one as much as possible. As well, I need to limit the traffic somehow so that it wouldn't be more than let's say 30Gb a month.
I'm planning to utilize my DIR-615 (http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=565) that hasn't been used for about a year now as an access point. As well, I can run linux or something not too heavy on my PC in a virtual machine if necessary.
The easiest thing that come to my mind is to configure VPN straight in the router but where to connect? As well, I couldn't find any easy tool to control the traffic limit.
Another question is about legitimacy of opening your internet to public. I mean, is there something in the telecom contract that prohibits doing so?