[isf-wifidog] Newbie Client Questions

François Proulx fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Lun 2 Jan 20:05:43 EST 2006

> Our access points act as both a router and an access point.  ONLY  
> one of the access
> points has an ethernet connection. Some of the access points are  
> several wireless hops
> away from the Mothernode (the node that supplies the internet feed).

Wifidog can be pretty far down the line (root of the tree), as long  
as it's on the same subnet as the leaves (of the tree).

> When I look at the client's wifidog.conf, I see no way to specify  
> "trusted users/nodes" by
> IP or MAC address.

It's also possible to do whitelisting with the wifidog.conf.
It was on the mailing list before, although in french

TrustedMACList has been introduced in Wifidog 1.1.3beta2. I don't  
know think it's been release yet... I think Philippe should post it.  
As for whitelisting IPs , i'll let the other guys answer.

> Is it possible to setup the wifidog client to allow the outlying  
> nodes, which also have
> wifidog clients, data to pass to the wifidog server, bypassing the  
> wifidog login of the
> intermediate nodes?

As stated above, as long as your on the same subnet, everything  
should be trapped by wifidog...

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