[isf-wifidog] Clarification about multiple gateways
gbastien at versatic.net
Mer 14 Sep 11:27:51 EDT 2011
Indeed the ID of the network interface was added to the name of the
firewall rules, but quite recently. 1.1.4 did not have this feature.
I'd suggest the latest svn or latest release which is 20090925 whose
sources and some packages you can find at
On 11-09-14 11:09 AM, acv wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 10:51:49AM -0400, Marc Delisle wrote:
>> Thanks Alex,
>> our situation is that we need to add an address block for our numerous
>> clients and due to another constraint, we cannot change the addressing
>> scheme which is currently using a /24.
>> If I understand you correctly, Wifidog (I'm using version 1.1.4) does
>> not expect to create the appropriate iptables rules for two instances?
> As of the current version in SVN (I don't remember if it's 1.1.4) the firewall
> tables have an ID value in their names so multiple instances can run. I just
> referred to rules like the captive portal mangle rules, I think as long as
> it's a different network interface (i.e.: eth0 and eth1) then it shouldn't
> have any conflicts.
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