[isf-wifidog] Auth server and client on same PC

Rajendra Jagad rjagad at gmail.com
Jeu 31 Aou 19:30:13 EDT 2006

Ok I figured it out myself, the
http://www.linuxelectrons.com/News/Mobile/20040623115842787 is a cool VOIP
service and wifidog AP by default offers people option to use this VOIP
service if firewall configuration has those IP address
FirewallRule allow udp to
    FirewallRule allow udp to
    FirewallRule allow tcp port 80 to
Gateway ID = MAC address of Wifidog AP or a template ID needs to be created
on Authenication server.

ExternalInterface is the WAN Port of the wifidog Access Point Port confgured
as static or DHCP eth0.. Or if Configured for PPOE it is ppoe.

I did figure that out correct.. right >?


On 8/31/06, Rajendra Jagad <rjagad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Benoit Thank you for the response, I try to experiment and run wifidog
> -f -d 7 after running
> configure, make and then make install It runs and does lot of stuff.
> But wifidog expect the wifidog.conf to be inside /etc/ directory the
> install scripts puts it
> in /usr/loca/openwrt/wifidog.conf  I think that is because I had created a
> wifidog.conf file manully before running
> the script.. So it is smart to put where the old files are. But then the
> wifidog -f -d 7 still looks inside /etc/
> Should I report this as a bug and open a ticket ??
> I have other issues I am running authentication server on Fedora core 5,
> very window friendly environment.
> One has to manully configure the wifidog.conf file and I am having problem
> understanding some of the terminalogies mention there in.
> http://dev.wireless-fr.org/trac.cgi/file/ipk-ffw/trunk/data/etc/wifidog.conf?rev=16
>  is the link to one of the supposedly working wifidog.conf file.
> GatewayID is missing. I think to me it is unclear the terminology
> GatewayID. Comming from Networking world it has alway been an IP address or
> Hostname. Here the comments says one has to set it to template ID on the
> Authentication server.I did a find .  -exec grep -in command to find the
> template ID and found one in wifidog-1-1.3beta2/wifidog.conf
> If somebody can tell me where to find this template that would be greate.
> Then it says It would be MAC address of Gateway Does mean MAC address if
> Auth- Server or Router, Most firewalls and Authecation proxy the MAC address
> of the router located on its WAN Port. That knowledge confuses me a little.
> ExternalInterface vlan1 -- Is this the external interface on multihome
> Authen server  Or Multihomed wiidog AP/ Router
> Why are this specific IP listed under generic configuration and not even
> commented out ? I do not understand.
> FirewallRule allow udp to
>     FirewallRule allow udp to
>     FirewallRule allow tcp port 80 to
>  Thanks for the help
> Raj
> On 8/31/06, Benoit Gregoire <bock at step.polymtl.ca > wrote:
> >
> > > I do not have fully compatible openwrt APs, so that´s why I asked if I
> > can
> > > setup the client daemon of wifidog at the same server that will run
> > the
> > > wifidog auth server.
> >
> > You can.
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