I know this and it works without problem, thanks Claude !
However, I'm interested about [Services - Captive Portal] https
authentication. I would to know if I could use m0n0wall as https server
or if I must configure an other server with Apache and https enabled.
For now, I've tried this without success :
HTTPS login : [v] Enable HTTPS login
HTTPS server name : 10.5.x.x (LAN IP@ of m0n0wall)
HTTPS certificate : -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----....-----END
CERTIFICATE----- (cut/past of certicate)
HTTPS private key : -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----...-----END RSA
PRIVATE KEY----- (cut/paste)
could someone help me ?
Claude Morin a écrit :
> HTTPS is built in. To enable it, go to System -> General Setup, set
> the webGUI protocol radio button to "HTTPS", and save your changes.
> Then go to System -> Advanced, enter a valid certificate and key (in
> the webGUI SSL certificate/key section), and save your changes.
> On Apr 6, 2005 9:22 AM, *David ROUMANET* <david dot roumanet at grenet dot fr
> <mailto:david dot roumanet at grenet dot fr>> wrote:
> Hi !
> I'm using m0n0wall for the first time : very enjoy by the
> interface and
> capacities !
> However, I've just 3 questions :
> - one about PPTP section : why it isn't possible to set the auth and
> acct port for radius, like in [Services-Captive Portal]
> - second about a bug (I'm using 1.2b7 version) : when clicking logout
> (using captive portal fonctionnalities) I receive an error message !
> " Fatal error: Call to undefined function:
> get_current_wan_address() in
> /usr/local/captiveportal/radius_accounting.inc on line 167"
> - third is about https login for user (speaking about captive portal
> authentication, not monowall's webGUI) : is there a https server on
> m0n0wall or should I use an external server to do this
> authentication ?
> Thanks a lot to all,
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