[isf-wifidog] Allowing access to specified IP addresses/domainnames without prompting for login

Peter Abrahamsen rainhead at gmail.com
Jeu 22 Juin 18:54:59 EDT 2006

A proxy that permits based on hostname(s)?

On Jun 21, 2006, at 4:25 PM, Iurgi Arginzoniz wrote:

> Hi tarken,
> It looks like you are trying to whitelist google. Unfortunately  
> this task has no easy solution at all.
> The problem is the ip pool of google. Google relies it's web access  
> on akamay, some kind of a proxying system. The problem is that  
> akamay has hundreds of different ips for google. When openwrt  
> resolves the ips for google, the dns servers reply with up to 6 of  
> the available ips for google, and this are the ones that will have  
> open the access to. Unfortunately, when the user trues to go to  
> google, it's dns request can get a completely different ip for  
> google, and so, iptables does not let the request to progress.
> I have some 'dirty' tricks to solve this, that I can share if you  
> are interested.

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