[isf-wifidog] The elusive "Pong"

Philippe April isf_lists at philippeapril.com
Jeu 6 Oct 09:34:27 EDT 2005

Maybe your web server is configured to throw everybody to HTTPS links  
instead (or the auth server does that, I'm not sure)?

Wifidog (the gateway that runs on WRT54G's) won't talk over https://.

Maybe this is not the issue, but most likely since trying to go that  
link with http:// threw me to https://

Keep us updated!

Philippe April
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On 5-Oct-05, at 11:35 PM, Rob Kelley wrote:

> We've recently upgraded to auth server 1.0.0_m1, and ever since I  
> haven't been able to connect my WRT54G v1 to it.
> On "wifidog -f -d 7", instead of saying pong, the auth server says:
> <p>The document has moved <a href="https://auth.nycwireless.net/ 
> ping/? 
> gw_id=sidewayZen.com&amp;sys_uptime=4777&amp;sys_memfree=5988&amp;sys_ 
> load=0.15&amp;wifidog_uptime=1">here</a>.</p>
> I get a pong when trying that link through a web browser.  I just  
> don't know how to make my wifidog.conf see it.
> I've tried to change my wifidog.conf Path to
> /ping/
> /wifidog/
> without luck.
> What's the answer?
> Thanks
> Rob Kelley
> NYCwireless.net
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