[isf-wifidog] wifidog-node cross validation ?

François Proulx fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Sam 21 Jan 01:39:56 EST 2006


We had thought of it last year, our idea was to roam the connection  
if there is an active connection from the same MAC address ...  
cutting the connection and recreating a new one at the second hotspot  
in the same authentication pass.


On 20-Jan-2006, at 20:01 , Max Horváth wrote:

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> That would be a nice feature and should be integrated later ...
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> Am 21.01.2006 um 01:15 schrieb Pete Flaherty:
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>> If I have a set of hotspots say
>>
>> Hotspot-one
>> Hotspot-two
>> Hotspot-3
>>
>> Has anyone thought about allowing a user logged in on Hotspot-one  
>> (with
>> valid session), to have the session informatin replicated to all the
>> Hotspots, so Hotspot-one  and Hotspot-3 also have the current  
>> validation
>> information.
>>
>> This may afford us to allow a user to roam between the hotspots  
>> without
>> having to log in  on each
>>
>> -Pete Flaherty
>>
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