[isf-wifidog] bypass user login

Philippe April isf_lists at philippeapril.com
Jeu 22 Sep 09:40:36 EDT 2005

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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.

Did you try WiFidog on a linux machine, or on a linksys WRT54G  
(running linux)?

Philippe April
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On 22-Sep-05, at 9:26 AM, Dan Holton wrote:

> First let me say how great WiFiDog is.  I$B!G(Bm really impressed with  
> all of the features/option it offers.
> Unfortunately for my situation I need to bypass anything that asks  
> a user to log in.  Our wireless system
> is going to be completely open, so I don$B!G(Bt want to confuse/scare  
> anyone with a login prompt.
> Can someone please let me know the easiest way of accomplishing this?
> If it$B!G(Bs editing a lot of code, the more detailed the response the  
> better since I$B!G(Bm not really a programmer (yet),
> but rather a network guy.
> Ideally wifidog would just redirect a user to a landing page  
> (either on the Auth server, or the front page of my company$B!G(Bs
> web site), and then let them freely browse the web.
> Thank you very much for any help,
> Dan
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