[isf-wifidog] OLSR + Wifidog could not find mac address
berry.groenendijk at gmail.com
Dim 25 Mar 11:06:10 EDT 2007
How do I setup whitelisting in the wifidog.conf?
Why is it necessary?
I currently have installed wifidog on all routers and am using this scripts
enable http traffic between all the nodes.
The wifi community is located in The Netherlands on a holiday park in the
south-west part of the Netherlands. It is a very small village.
On 3/25/07, michel memeteau <mmemeteau at marseille-wireless.org> wrote:
> we have a similar setup in marseille :
> On 25/03/07, berry groenendijk <berry.groenendijk at gmail.com > wrote:
> > Skype works, MSN Messenger works and I can also get to my authentication
> > server. No problem. So, it is possible to access the internet.
> Skype and msn use an http tunnel , so it's as much as ' I can browse the
> web ' , could be interressting to see if SIP voip works for example
> But, as soon as you browse the internet you get to the authentication
> > page. You press the login button and then you are rerouted to the Wifidog
> > status page. You either get the Wifidog status page or a Wifidog page
> > stating it could not find a MAC address. And you are still unable to browse
> > the internet.
> are all the routers mac beyond one hop , whitelisted on the wifidog.conf
> of the first router connected to the internet ?
> This only happens at this specific location. Move the router to another
> > location and the router works just fine.
> Which town is your community located ?
> Michel memeteau
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