[isf-wifidog] Re:port 443 allowed without authentication?
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Lun 26 Juin 09:30:10 EDT 2006
I did put in a fix for that bug at some point.
I suppose it works on some versions of openwrt but not on others
depending on the order of the FW rules.
We should really fix this, but I'm afraid one of the only ways would
be to scrap all the firewall rules and rework them out, since it
looks like the rules crafted by openwrt might change again in the
On 26-Jun-06, at 4:43 AM, Max Horváth wrote:
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> No, the bug still exists in beta4, even though in your situation
> you don't come across it ...
> Cheers, Max!
> vinay menon wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have been digging into wifidog for quite some weeks now and
>> really would like to thank all the developers and everyone
>> involved for the wonderful work done in it.
>> I have been using the latest svn version of the gateway server
>> ie.Wifidog-1.1.3_beta4 with openwrt rc5 and i never have come
>> across the problem of unauthenticated ports (i have not changed
>> anything in S45firewall or openwrt).Programs like Skype/ftp/
>> utorrent/edk all stay blocked
>> After reading the mail i did look again if any bug of that sort
>> exists it seems that the problem was there till beta3 while beta4
>> works absolutely great :)
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