[isf-wifidog] Thanks, a bug (perhaps) and a question.
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Mer 25 Oct 22:58:48 EDT 2006
You may want to look at this tutorial.
It uses Radius + DD-WRT firmware with chillispot and user management
software called phpMyPrepaid. I tested this set during summer and it might
be a good solution for your need.
On 10/19/06, Benoit Gregoire <bock at step.polymtl.ca> wrote:
> On Thursday 19 October 2006 15:49, listserv.traffic at sloop.net wrote:
> > Assumptions: FC5
> > Used the install.php script.
> > Thanks all, for the hand up on Postgresql security. I was lost, and
> > that fixed it!
> > Next, perhaps a bug. Once the install script ran, I could connect to
> > the admin pages, but they wanted me to login, and after giving
> > credentials, it kept reverting to /login.php (I think that's the right
> > file.) but the script was in /wifidog-auth/wifidog/login/..
> > After poking around, I edited the php.config file
> > define('SYSTEM_PATH', '/wifidog-auth/wifidog/');
> > This fixed it. However, I thought the install script should set this.
> > Perhaps not. Just a FYI. (Though if it shouldn't set this, perhaps
> > someone could tell me and I'll add this to my documentation as
> > something required...and by design...)
> It should not be set by the install script. Its normally autodetected,
> something in your environment is confusing the script. We kept the
> possibility to set it manually for such corner cases.
> > ---
> > Now for my real question.
> > I'm setting this up much like a Hotel Wifi. Use will be free, but we
> > want to limit user setup. We'll setup the users/passwords and maintain
> > them. We don't want users to do this, or have the option to do so.
> > After looking at the auth server admin pages, I don't see how to
> > accomplish this. (Again, perhaps I'm just dumb...)
> > I could setup Radius on this box too, and simply use simple radius
> > setups.
> > However, I'm not sure which works better, or is easier to maintain.
> > So, use radius, or localauth? If I do use local auth, where do I go to
> > control/setup users, and how to prevent them from maintaining accounts
> > themselves?
> It's not currently possible to do this with local users. It may soon be,
> currently only RADIUS will provide what you want.
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