[isf-wifidog] Is wifidog required on every AP?
grsingh750 at gmail.com
Lun 25 Avr 10:33:32 EDT 2011
Thanks for the answer.
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 5:38 PM, Alexis Cornellier
<alexis.cornellier at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think the answer to your question is Yes, you can have a switch with
> wifidog installed and all the access point in the venue will be under
> wifidog watch.
Ok. Instead of having wifidog on a multi-port switch. Can I have it
on a dual port linux box, with one interface into core switch (which
will also have all other APs) and other to internet gateway router?
> Here in montreal, we plan of doing some library wich are already have their
> own system. We plan to use a devices built by one of us who would take over
> the network and provide the wifidog structure that we install. You can have
> a little bit more information at http://inter-node.com/?page_id=87, the
> Block ISF device would do exactly what you looking for. This devices has
> been hand built by Richard Lussier wich you have contact information for on
> the inter-node page.
I've had a look. Very interesting.
> Alexis Cornellier
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 7:47 AM, guru singh <grsingh750 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am new to this project. I've been reading on wifidog and auth-puppy,
>> past few days and I think it is best suitable for what I need. I like
>> the plugin architecture of auth-puppy. Maybe I could add some
>> functionality that I require and is not present at the moment. But
>> first I have a few basic questions.
>> 1) Does wifidog client need to be running on every wifi access point
>> or could I just plug one interface of wifidog gateway box into the
>> core switch to which all APs are connected and the other interface to
>> the internet gateway?
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