[isf-wifidog] Restrict Clien access
allan.martinez at avemaria.edu.ni
Lun 2 Juin 22:02:52 EDT 2008
Hmmm, so in case I have an account that I want to "disable" or "deny surfing" can that be done? I work for a University and we have students that register each semester. If they don’t register any class then they don't have Internet access. What I am trying to do is disable navigation for those users that are not registered for the current semester without having to delete them from the DB, it will be great if I could just disable their account. Or have a script disable all accounts after semester ends.
Thank you so much for your support
From: Benoit Grégoire [mailto:benoitg at coeus.ca]
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 7:54 PM
To: wifidog at listes.ilesansfil.org
Cc: Allan Martinez
Subject: Re: [isf-wifidog] Restrict Clien access
On Sunday 01 June 2008, Allan Martinez wrote:
> I am currently running Wifidog 1.1.5 so far I am testing this software and
> it is just GREAT, developers have made an excellent work. I am wondering if
> there is a way to restrict or to set a time restriction for users per say.
> User1 registers and after a certain date his account will get disabled.
> User2 registers and his account expiration date should be different from
> User1. Do I need to do this directly into the database or is there some
> code I can add to wifidog config?
As far I I know, there is no one planning on implementing making accounts
expire after a set time.
If you mean limiting bandwidth or connection time per month (or some other
period), then yes, this feature is in development.
Technologies Coeus inc.
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