[Wifidog] Problems with a new WifiDog setup
chris.poupart at mcgill.ca
Thu Dec 9 09:26:53 EST 2004
Hi folks, I sent this already to Philippe, but maybe you have a quick
and obvious solution for it:
I have a fresh setup of for the Fraser Hickson Library, running the
latest OpenWRT snapshot and wifidog_1.0.2-pre4.
Basically, when I try to browse, I get redirected to the auth server to
logon, which succeeds. "wdctl status" shows me as being connected and
having a token. However, when I try to continue on to the site that I
was trying to access (or any other page), it returns me to the logon
page. If I try to logon again, it tells me "Access denied".
The router is currently on my home LAN, which duplicates to a large
degree the setup that they have at the Fraser Hickson:
Library LAN: 192.168.1.0/24
WRT54G LAN: 192.168.0.0/24
WRT54G WAN IP: 192.168.1.2/24
The WAN IP of the router has been changed to 192.168.1.2, as they do
static addressing there, and that is the address that they assigned for
wan_proto has been changed to "static" in nvram.
The wifi connections are served by DHCP and given addresses in
192.168.0.100 - 250 range.
If I disable wifidog, I can browse the internet as normal, so all the
networking seems to be working just fine.
A copy of my wifidog.conf file can be found:
I have the site install setup for tomorrow after work, so I am somewhat
anxious to get this working!
Any insights would be greatly apprecaited!
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