[isf-wifidog] Delete the default-network

Genevieve Bastien gbastien at versatic.net
Mer 16 Juin 11:01:26 EDT 2010

Hmmm.   I'm not sure how to solve this, but a hint: it may have to do
with the permissions of your user that were linked with the default
network and are not anymore. 

Try login in with the administrative user and set server/network
permissions to what allows you to edit the network.

fourm101 wrote:
> OK. So deleting the default-network is NOT a good idea...
> Now I can't edit my other network.
> I tried to re execute the installation script, but it didn't help.
> On 06/16/2010 02:48 PM, Genevieve Bastien wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Changing the default network is done from the virtual host.  In the
>> Wifidog admin interface, under Server Administration, click on Virtual
>> Hosts and edit the virtual host for your system.  One of the option is
>> the default network.
>> Once that is changed, you can probably delete the old default-network
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Geneviève Bastien
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