[isf-wifidog] how to make specific mac address not to have to auth
kaouete at crazydwarves.org
Mer 29 Juin 13:14:39 EDT 2005
Ok, so i did add this :
iptables -t nat -A WiFiDog_AuthServers -m mac --mac-source 00:0d:93:80:20:f7 -j ACCEPT
(at end of WiFiDog_AuthServers because it is just before the
redirect in unknow :)
And it works great :]
And the question that comes to my mind is :
why dont i need to add it to filter too if the authserver are
added to it ?
why the auth server are added to WiFiDog_AuthServers in nat AND
Thanks for your help :)
On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 10:51:17AM -0400, Hayden Myers wrote:
> The easiest way I've found to circumvent the auth server is to insert an
> accept firewall rule to the WiFiDog_Unknown nat table chain. This is
> where traffic gets redirected to the gateway. If you insert a rule before
> the rule that sends all traffic to the gateway, you can get around the
> Hayden Myers
> On Sun, 26 Jun 2005, kaouete wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to make wifidog not redirect to auth nor block a box
> > based on mac address.
> > I tried to add a iptables rules in Wifidog_Global (-m mac
> > --mac-source xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx -J ACCEPT) but the redirect on
> > webpage is done anyway :/
> > I tried to add this rules to INPUT before running wifidog but
> > result is the same.
> > Did i forgot something ? How can i do that ? Will this feature
> > integrated in wifidog later ? Are Cindy and Jack gonna marry ?
> > How is going the traffic shapping ?
> > Thanks,
> > kaouete
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