[isf-wifidog] Remote upgrades?

Max Horváth max.horvath at maxspot.de
Mer 30 Aou 08:58:50 EDT 2006


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Here at maxspot we manage updated via ipkg.

We let run cron to check every once and then if updated packages  
(also our own ones) are available.

It works pretty neat.

Cheers, Max!

Wireless Guy wrote:

> I thought that it was odd that I didn't find any posts on the  
> website or in the tickets about trying to upgrade wifidog.
>
> I was curious how ilesansfil or others manage the process of  
> upgrading devices?
> Is there a preferred mechanism for remote upgrade of wifidog or  
> does this mean travelling into each coffee shop
> to manually plug in?
>
> I suppose it's not much of an issue if you don't mind being one or  
> two releases back but once some of the issues like the port 80
> and vpn access are resolved I'd think that this will be a larger  
> issue.
>
> As a bonus question, is there any way to remotely change iptables  
> entries for a specific gateway from the auth itself?
>
> I think these two (a) remote upgrade procedure and (b) remote  
> iptables config would both be useful feature requests.
>
>
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