[isf-wifidog] Wifidog, portal page and Apple auto-login

Marcos Tadeu marcos at v2r.com.br
Jeu 25 Aou 12:06:29 EDT 2011

Can you ping the Apple products from wifidog captive portal machine,
after login?
If not, it is the problema: wifidog need to ping client to know that it
is alive. If an firewall drop the ping, wifidog consider it dead. And...

On 08/25/2011 12:38 PM, Geneviève Bastien wrote:
> Hello all,
> We have a problem with the portal page and Apple products and their
> auto-login feature.  Right now, when any iOs product and now Lion
> connects to a wifidog router, they are shown the login page right
> away, and the minute they have access to the internet (apple.com
> site), pouf! it's gone, so they never see the portal page.
> But the portal page is really important to us and this situation is
> really annoying (40 to 50% of our users use Apple products!).
> Did anyone come up with a solution to this?  Or do you know any
> captive portal solution that did?  Any ideas on the topic? (putting
> apple.com in the walled garden is not a viable option)
> Thanks,
> Geneviève
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