Manuel Kasper wrote:
> On 16.05.2004 18:59 +0200, Adam Nellemann wrote:
>>Is there ANY chance that you will find a workaround to this ipfw
>>limitation? Would it perhaps be possible to avoid this issue if the
>>check was done on the IP instead of the MAC?
> None of my business really, as I didn't code that feature! But we
> could just extend the "Allowed IP addresses" functionality to handle
> both IP addresses on the captive portal subnet ("source") and
> elsewhere ("destination" - status quo).
> - Manuel
That would be great! Should solve the problem nicely.
Perhaps these (source) IPs should be in their own list? (so as not to
confuse the exempted client IPs and those of the allowed sites.)
Personally I would place the (source) IP list below the MAC list, and
not on the page for the list of allowed sites (destination IPs), which
is really another thing entirely.
= = =
Btw. I think I've found a small bug:
I have added two entries to the "Pass-through MAC" list, and now when
I want to edit one of these entries (by pressing the (e) button), I
get the other one?
I assume it is a simple matter of some index being wrong (might it be
to do with the sorting of the list as it is displayed? I note that in
my list, the entry I made fist is shown second, probably due to the
list being sorted by MAC address.)