[isf-wifidog] bypass user login
DHolton at creditunions.com
Jeu 22 Sep 09:51:30 EDT 2005
What you're working on sounds PERFECT. That's exactly what we're
I'm running the client on the linksys WRT54G (running open WRT - white
Russian) and the auth server is on a debian box.
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[mailto:wifidog-bounces at listes.ilesansfil.org] On Behalf Of Philippe
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 9:41 AM
To: WiFiDog Captive Portal
Subject: Re: [isf-wifidog] bypass user login
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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
On 22-Sep-05, at 9:26 AM, Dan Holton wrote:
> First let me say how great WiFiDog is. I'm 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't want to confuse/scare
> anyone with a login prompt.
> Can someone please let me know the easiest way of accomplishing this?
> If it's editing a lot of code, the more detailed the response the
> better since I'm 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's
> web site), and then let them freely browse the web.
> Thank you very much for any help,
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> WiFiDog at listes.ilesansfil.org
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