So it's only possible to use Captive Portal on ONE interface?
And that is either one eth-port or one VLAN?
We what that function on two or tree int/VLAN:s. Then we need more boxes to
solve this ...
Then i don't think we have use for DHCP on more one interface per box.
My question #4 was about running DHCP-service on more then one interface.
But if it can act as DHCP-server on 16 interfaces, it would also do
DHCP-relaying if we wanted that instead.
>From: Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>
>Reply-To: Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>
>To: Kjell N <k underscore netsec at hotmail dot com>
>CC: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] VLAN - DHCP - CaptivePortal
>Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 00:03:38 -0500
>On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 15:12:25 +0100, Kjell N <k underscore netsec at hotmail dot com> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I have not tested VLAN on m0n0wall yet. Before I do I have a couple of
> > questions for experienced users.
> > I have searched the FAQ and the list-archive but I did'nt find the
> > (That I wanted ... ;)
> > 1) Is VLAN the same as on for example a Cisco-switch?
> > That is, trunking with VTP and 802.1q compatible with a Cisco-net?
>Yes, it should work that way.
> > 2) Is CaptivePortal-interface one VLAN or the physical interface?
> > CAN I use CaptivPortal on more then one VLAN? (Different segments.)
>I believe one VLAN or the physical interface, though I haven't tried
>that before. Captive portal appears to only work on one interface of
> > 3) Can I use DHCP on 3 different VLANs? (Different DHCP-scopes.)
>Up to 16 interfaces with DHCP on versions up to and including 1.2b3,
>more though I'm not sure how many on 1.2b5 and newer.
> > 4) Any difference with more then one DHCP-scope using "internal server"
> > DHCP-relaying?
>If I understand what you're saying, you're asking about using DHCP
>relay to forward from the other subnets to a DHCP server on your LAN
>vs. using m0n0wall's DHCP server? If m0n0wall is your only DHCP
>server, DHCP relay isn't an option. If you want to use a LAN DHCP
>server for any reason, then DHCP relay is the way to go.
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