I'd like to switch my m0n0 to use a remote MySQL backend for certain things, including:
* Storing of successful/unsuccesful login attempts
* Current state table of authenticated captive portal users
* Current banned users who are not allowed to authenticate
Here's the reason.... we're going to be using m0n0wall in production of 2500 people, 24/7. If we
have to reboot, all 2500 people will have to reauthenticate (which stinks). I'm hoping that a
reboot can "Save" the state table somehow and then reload it when m0n0 reboots so that those who
were authenticated previously will remain authenticated....
Any ideas? Suggestions?