[Wifidog] [Fwd: Re: connection problem]
webmaster at topfx.com
Sun Jan 30 17:46:44 EST 2005
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In the case of brvce @ Zeeba, their main computer uses WIFI so I
wouldn't worry about the fact that there are ultra-long login sessions
from there. The traffic counters for these sessions are quite high, so
IMO all seems normal there.
Philippe April wrote:
| Just some more information....
| brvce has been online since the 28th (the owner of cafe zeeba) and
| hasn't been disconnected once.
| So either wifidog has issues under high load and can't update
| counters/verify everybody, or it's just that the people are not active
| enough (ie. writing an email in hotmail).
| On 29-Jan-05, at 11:47 PM, Philippe April wrote:
|> I don't think WiFiDog crashed because it wouldn't have restarted by
|> I assume it's what we're talking about ... the disconnection on
|> I saw them disconnecting from supreme and reconnecting today. I'll
|> take a close look at that tomorrow, and put debugging info (basically
|> a nice log line everytime a user gets kicked out and everytime a user
|> gets authenticated.
|> Will keep you posted.
|> We need more feedback like this. How about a nice thing on the login
|> page "you have weird issues or feedback, send it here please to help
|> On 29-Jan-05, at 6:20 PM, Benoit Grégoire wrote:
|>> On Saturday 29 January 2005 18:13, Mina Naguib wrote:
|>>> I think the router at cafe supreme is misbehaving. According to this
|>>> user his connection (and others') keeps getting dropped every half
|>>> an hour.
|>>> I just ssh'ed into the router and it looks healthy. Uptime > 1 day so
|>>> it has not been cycle-rebooting. Wifidog is up and running.
|>>> I can think of a couple of possibilities:
|>>> 1. Their ADSL/PPPoE connection is flaky
|>>> 2. The wifi radio in the router is flaky
|>>> 3. WiFiDog stopping and starting for some reason
|>>> 3. DHCP leases getting dropped for some reason
|>>> 4. A malicious user poisoning the ARP table or such
|>>> Does anyone here have any other ideas ?
|>> Having read the description I had the same problem at Laïka.
|>> Benoit Grégoire, http://benoitg.coeus.ca/
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