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 From:  Ryan <dreadlocks at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  [m0n0wall] Re: Need m0n0 config for captive portal
 Date:  Mon, 7 Nov 2005 09:39:13 -0600
What did you end up doing? It looks like the only other option is to
export it to a RADIUS server, freeradius is sql based but I have
absolutely no idea how to set it up.

Can you script the pushing of a new config to the m0n0wall?


On 11/7/05, Carsten Holbach <Carsten dot Holbach at gmx dot de> wrote:
> Heya
> The problem with that idea is (I had the same for our lanparty environment):
> If you set the expiration date for a user to a date in the past, the
> captive portal will delete that user from the user database.
> So what you are trying to do won't work unless the user database's
> behaviour to handle expired accounts is changed.
> Greetings
> Carsten Holbach
> Ryan wrote:
> >ok I got the .config from the tgz off the website, it looks like:
> >                <user>
> >                        <name></name>
> >                        <fullname></fullname>
> >                        <password></password>
> >                        <expirationdate></expirationdate>
> >                </user>
> >what do I put in Experation date to have it disabled from the get go?
> >
> >On 11/7/05, Ryan <dreadlocks at gmail dot com> wrote:
> >
> >
> >>I run m0n0wall at our LAN party, I need someone with captive portal
> >>running off internal user database to backup there config, find a
> >>single user in the config and email me the syntax.. the box I use for
> >>m0n0wall is buzy doing someting else at the moment and I wont put the
> >>m0n0 hdd in it until right before the LAN so I do not have a box to
> >>get the config from..
> >>Why do I need the syntax? I am writing a php script to format our
> >>mysql user datbase from our website into the m0n0 config XML I can
> >>augment to the bottom of my config, this way I dont have to add users
> >>the day of the event.. just enable them (if you can send me syntax
> >>from a disabled user that would be excellent!)
> >>