[isf-wifidog] Introduction and a couple questions.
Robin at networkfusion.co.uk
Lun 15 Sep 12:42:34 EDT 2008
The Auth Server can run anywhere on the web, as long as the Client is
configured to point to it.
You should look at the documentation at http://dev.wifidog.org/wiki/doc
for information on the way the protocol works, and also look at the
source code to gain a better perspective on how it was done with PHP.
Some references are:
and in the source:
I have also been interested in doing a .net version of the Auth Server
and do have a very basic example. If you want the source project I can
gladly send it to you, and I would be interested in hosting it on
codeplex.com if other people are willing to contribute to it.
From: wifidog-bounces at listes.ilesansfil.org
[mailto:wifidog-bounces at listes.ilesansfil.org] On Behalf Of Weston Weems
Sent: 15 September 2008 17:30
To: wifidog at listes.ilesansfil.org
Subject: [isf-wifidog] Introduction and a couple questions.
Hello gentleman, I'm new to the group and very interested in your
product. I just have a few questions...
1) I am using this test case with a dd-wrt router with wifidog built in,
and I just had a question about possibilities.
Can I just drop a router thats wifidog enabled off at a location, and
then have it set to my server running the auth server and be done with
it? Or does auth server have to be running on local network?
2) I know in the docs somone said auth server could be re-written as it
follows a simple protocol... I was curious if I could get more
information about how the tokens are generated. I believe your product
is nice and sound, but the powers that be refuse to run php. I was
planning on doing a port to .net and would be more than happy to
contribute it back to the community if there was such interest
Thank you kindly,
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