[isf-wifidog] Can ExternalInterface and GatewayInterface b e set to to the same NIC in wifidog.conf
tukey at eyou.com
Mer 12 Jan 20:54:30 EST 2011
I am not doing multiple SSIDs on the wifi.
The gateway works after I run the following commands on my Linux server(the gateway) without Wifidog. But when I start Wifidog, it just acts as I described before.
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
iptables -A FORWARD -i $_ETH -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o $_ETH -s $_SRC -j MASQUERADE
iptables -A FORWARD -s $_SRC -j ACCEPT
>How can it be a gateway, if you are only using one nic?
>Are you doing multiple SSIDs on the wifi?
>On 11-01-12 08:03 AM, tukey wrote:
>> I am using Wifidog gateway on my Linux server.
>> My Internet NIC (ExternalInterface ) is wlan0, and the internal interface (GatewayInterface) is same.
>> It seems that the gateway does not work, except for it can only
>> redirect an url to the portal.
>> The "FirewallRuleSet global" section in my wifidog.conf does not work either.
>> So, my question is:
>> Can ExternalInterface and GatewayInterface be set to the same NIC ?
>> However, I did that, and it seems that there was no error messages.
>> I will appreciate any help.
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