[isf-wifidog] Open-portal mode

Philippe April isf_lists at philippeapril.com
Mar 25 Oct 19:06:56 EDT 2005

There's code in the latest CVS wifidog to do splash-only, but it  
won't allow you to change what the disclaimer looks like (yet).

It will allow you to change the "portal" page (the page they get  
redirected after). Not very documented yet.

It's not a priority feature, so don't expect the feature to change  
the disclaimer very soon (or implement it yourself!)... Also, I  
didn't test the code extensively.

(note: this feature it not in the ipkg downloadable on sourceforge yet).

Philippe April
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On 25-Oct-05, at 3:55 PM, Chris Larson wrote:

> There's a couple of ways to do it, but I have to say I'm working on
> some code in Wifidog to just show up a disclaimer (or nothing) and
> forward to a defined URL, so there would be no need for an
> authentication server in case you did not want any.
> What is the status of this? I'm in great need of an open-portal  
> solution that runs well on a wrt54gs in a high-traffic coffee shop  
> scenario. What you've described sounds ideal. I have several sites  
> for whom authentication is very much not wanted. It'll only serve  
> to confuse/intimidate/annoy users, and my experiences with  
> nocatsplash have been frustrating to say the least.
> Thanks much,
> Chris
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