[isf-wifidog] The elusive "Pong"
robkelley at safemail.nycwireless.net
Jeu 6 Oct 13:28:10 EDT 2005
Yes, that was it. It's working now. Thanks!
On October 6, 2005, Philippe April wrote:
> 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
> GnuPG http://key.philippeapril.com
> 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&sys_uptime=4777&sys_memfree=5988&sys_
> > load=0.15&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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