[isf-wifidog] bypass user login

Benoit Grégoire bock at step.polymtl.ca
Jeu 22 Sep 11:20:41 EDT 2005

On September 22, 2005 09:26 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.

WifiDog will do exactly what you want, but you need the latest CVS of the auth 
server.  In the network settings, check "Allow splash-only nodes", and in the 
node settings page of each node define the node as splash-only.  

No need for the obsolete and very feature-limited auth-lite.
Benoit Grégoire, http://benoitg.coeus.ca/
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