[isf-wifidog] iptables problem

Peter Huetmannsberger huetmann at site38.ping.at
Lun 2 Juil 10:19:28 EDT 2007


What do you need the bridge for? I am running both the auth server and the 
wifidog server on the same machine, with two network cards and it works 
fine. I don't have a bridge though, I use masquerading for the wifi 
network. Maybe I am missing something here?


On Mon, 2 Jul 2007, Britton, Nathan S. wrote:

> I am running RedHat Linux for the gateway and Auth server.
> I have configured a bridge on eth0 and eth1 called br0 with address  
> The external interface is eth0 with address XXX.XXX.XXX.4.
> I have turned on ipv4 forwarding in the kernel and loaded the ipt_mac  
> module.
> Iptables is running and is completely open.
> With the above configuration, I can browse the internet with no problem.
> In wifidog.conf I have the external interface as eth0 and the  
> internal interface as br0.  I have tried different combinations of  
> the settings and all do the same thing.
> Once I start wifidog with these settings, I am able to aquire and  
> address via DHCP with no problem.  I am redirected to the login  
> page.  I can login and authenticate with no problem.  Once I am  
> logged in, I can no longer access the internet.
> Are there different routes I should add?
> I added:
> route add default gateway XXX.XXX.XXX.5
> route add default gateway XXX.XXX.XXX.1 <--- the true gateway
> Like I said, everything works when wifidog is not running.  Once it  
> is started, I am stuck.  If you need more information, please let me  
> know.
> Thanks for all of your help!
> Nate
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