[isf-wifidog] Newbie Client Questions

Ray Gwinn wifidog at wva.net
Lun 2 Jan 20:26:26 EST 2006


Our nodes are not in the same subnet, but I may be able of fake it.

Ray

On 2 Jan 2006 at 20:05, François Proulx wrote:

> 
> 
> 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
> http://listes.ilesansfil.org/pipermail/wifidog/2005-November/002019.html
> 
> 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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