[isf-wifidog] Password of the day - How do you use it?

Matthew Kitchin (Usenet/Lists) mkitchin.public at gmail.com
Mer 9 Juil 10:22:47 EDT 2008

I meant what does the end user see on ht elogin page. 

listserv.traffic at sloop.net wrote:
> I'm not exactly sure what you mean.
> I believe Radius can use several different back-end databases, but if
> you want a single/few users, you can simply edit the radius users
> file, and it's 
> plain text.
> I use this for a couple of clients who want to control use of their
> AP's, but want to have an easy way to change the credential pair
> (username/password).
> Radius does seem to satisfy this pretty well.
> Good luck
> -Greg
>> I could try that. Can anyone tell me what the authentication looks
>> like for the radius setup? Is it just a single text field?
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