[isf-wifidog] Failed to connect to any auth servers

Weston Weems wweems at gmail.com
Mer 8 Oct 16:02:00 EDT 2008

Ok, I fiddled with it a bit more at lunch and it seems to work quite a bit
better, it doesnt error on launch and sees the auth server, but never
actually redirected anything. I was using somone elses auth server so I
surely should not have an account on that machine.

I know gateway ip is option and internal interface can be lots of

My configuration networking wise is as follows

wrt54gl -> uverse router -> internet
lan ip for wrt54g is but the gateway (the uverse router is

I tried both ips in gateway ip, and it really didnt seem to do much if at

Any more pointers of even just directions to look would be greatly

On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 10:57 AM, Wichert Akkerman <wichert at wiggy.net> wrote:

> Previously Dana Spiegel wrote:
> > If you see a ((null)), it means that there's an extra space after the
> > settings in your wifidog.conf file. Look at the lines within
> > AuthServer and make sure that there's no spaces after the hostname and
> > path settings.
> Wow.. that's silly. Can you submit a bugreport for that?
> Wichert.
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