[isf-wifidog] Trusted MAC Addresses [again]

Max Horváth max.horvath at freenet.de
Ven 1 Déc 08:31:33 EST 2006

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Well, this won't be very comfortable, but if you don't mind the SQL  
console, any other PostgreSQL client program or writing a small PHP  
script, you could fetch the data directly from the database as  
Wifidog logs every MAC in the statistics ...

Cheers, Max

Ken Caruso wrote:

> Derek Conniffe wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Sorry to email about this again - I've got myself stuck in a bad  
>> situation.
>> I'm running Metrix Pyramid on WRAP hardware acting as wireless  
>> internet
>> antennas and I've got a number of customers accessing the Internet  
>> via
>> these antennas.
>> I want to lock down the system with Wifidog and only allow the  
>> trusted
>> [paying] users access and, thankfully, I can easily do this by MAC
>> address in wifidog via the "TrustedMACList" directive in  
>> wifidog.conf.
>> The big problem I have is that I don't know the current MAC addresses
>> that the customers are using to access the antennas - if I did I'd  
>> have
>> no problems.
>> But neither madwifi or wifidog (in debug mode with -f -d 7)  
>> appears to
>> be able to tell me the MAC addresses of the connecting clients -  
>> so I'm
>> stuck currently (I really don't want to call into every customer  
>> to get
>> their MAC address).
> WRT madwifi on Pyramid did you try:
> wlanconfig INT list sta  (where INT is your atheros interface).
> If all else fails dumping the arp table while clients are  
> associated should show you the macs as well, "arp -a".
> -Ken
>> Does anyone have any ideas?
>> thank you very very much
>> Derek
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