[isf-wifidog] WifiDog .. migration from Nocat
dana at nycwireless.net
Dim 16 Oct 23:10:54 EDT 2005
Our page is here:
Not complete by any stretch of the imagination, but a start. We're
also working on instructions for pebble installation.
dana at NYCwireless.net
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On Oct 16, 2005, at 6:06 PM, Benoit Grégoire wrote:
> On October 16, 2005 05:47 pm, Alan Dawson wrote:
>> I've been introduced to wifidog at the WSFII event in London
>> Are there any implementation docs, HowTO's, Whitepapers, or
>> examples out
>> there ?
> NYC wireless started something, I can't find the link at the
> moment, you can
> look at the archives. We have various docs available on the old
> wiki, but
> they sorely need updating. (It's part of the 1.0 release effort).
> the installer should help your along.
>> We have a small wireless network in the UK, http://
>> currently based on NYC's pebble linux.
>> Many of the nodes are linked together using WDS links. Nocat is
>> used on
>> the gateway hotspots without ( not all hotspots have a direct
>> uplink to the
>> internet but get external access across a WDS link ) without MAC
>> authentication ( ie with IgnoreMAC 1 ).
> The WDS link should not adversely affect wifidog operations.
> However, if you
> want to keep the same setup, only the WRT that id connected to the
> should have the wifidog gateway running on it.
>> The authentication is done against a flat file ( in
> Wifidog has an importer for that file. However, I am not sure it's
> not been
> trivially broken by recent changes in the code. If you run into
> any trouble
> importing your nocat passwd file, chip in on the list immediately.
>> We're moving from pebble based AP's to the WRT54GS ( its cheap
>> and runs
>> linux ). To remove the need to have a seperate PC doing Nocat at
>> we'd like to run wifidog on them. I presume it allows
>> authenticated access
>> ( and not just a splash like nocatsplash ?)
> Yes it does, and a whole lot more ;)
> Benoit Grégoire, http://benoitg.coeus.ca/
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