[isf-wifidog] Problem in a new installation (wifidog-auth)
soporte at noproblem.es
Ven 17 Juil 10:55:30 EDT 2009
I've revised the router, and i've tried two models, but i've keep
getting this error:
[Fri Jul 17 16:21:53 2009](gateway.c:474) Received connection
from 192.168.38.50, spawning worker thread
[Fri Jul 17 16:21:53 2009](client_list.c:108) Added a new
client to linked list: IP: 192.168.38.50 Token:
[Fri Jul 17 16:21:53 2009](centralserver.c:162) Auth server
returned authentication code 1
[Fri Jul 17 16:21:53 2009](auth.c:185) Got ALLOWED from
central server authenticating token 92f067c11336ea2e86aa799ac063b5e3
from 192.168.38.50 at 00:19: - adding to firewall and redirecting them
iptables v1.4.2: Bad mac address `00:19:'
Try `iptables -h' or 'iptables --help' for more information.
Next week i'm going to try with another AP, i'll keep you informed.
Thanks for the info :-)
Benoit Grégoire escribió:
> On July 17, 2009, Enrique Díaz-Tendero wrote:
>> The patch worked :-)
>> Now I've got the error:
>> *Fatal error*: Call to undefined function _() in
>> */var/www/htdocs/config_available_locales.php* on line *58
> The root caused is that you don't have gettext installed. You should have
> seen it on the dependencies page. I moved the gettext function redefinition
> earlier so the install script doesn't display an error.
>> *then i've changed in that php file
>> 'en_US' => array('English',_("English")),
>> 'en_US' => array('English',("English")),
>> for all the languages, and the error went out.
> Obviously, that's not recommended...
>> Now i get
>> failed to retrieve your mac address
>> when i try to login from a client machine.
>> ¿Maybe the AP i'm using blocks the ARP? I'll keep trying.
> More likely, make sure the AP is configured to act as an AP, not as a NAT or a
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