No I have by default used the standard settings, to see how it worked. Then I would change the
settings for the website. I don't use any form for authentication at all.. some time I just see the
test *.html page, and I can click the next button, and then I can suft the internet..
The problem is that first I test with 1 laptop, and it works in random.. If I add more clients to
the hotspot, they can't just get any webpage at all..
It you need some more presicely setup configuration. |LAN| 10.102.1.1/16 and |WAN| 10.99.0.250/24
and I don't run any DHCP server on the m0n0wall, insteed I use out Win3k DHCP to give the client
they info that way through. All addresses are behind my firewall.
Trying to set it up in my company with approx 1000 users, so I just can't change the network
infrastrukture, and I just want to do a sort of logging which client uses the hotspot. The hotspot
solution is free for quests, but the law in DK need to be more restict, so, thats the reason I need
this concept to work.
I hope some of the information are to any help. I can test it with the new created html page and see
if it works.
Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
From: Jack Pivac [mailto:email at delphinus dot co dot nz]
Sent: Fri 25-11-2005 22:16
To: Kim Moberg (BCS)
Cc: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] problems with Captive Portal. No access to the internet with the Captive
Portal service enabled
Kim Moberg (BCS) wrote:
>I got a HP Brio BX400 with Pentium 3 processor with 256 mb memory
>installed, and have installed the m0n0wall running with Captive portal.
>But when I enable Portal, non of the users cant get access to the
>internet. When I disable Captive Portal service, there are no problems
>I have 2 network adaptors installed both from 3Com. And all my Access
>points go through a separate VLAN and get untagged on the LAN input at
>Does anyone have experience this problem before?
>I have tried to look after this problem in the mailing list with no
>Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
Did you upload your own .html login page? I incorrectly assumed it came
with one by default. You have to upload your own. :)