I would really like and could use something like #3. If that is not
possible, #1 would still be useful.
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 17:46, Honson, Steven N wrote:
> > What type of captive portal would everyone be keen to get going?
> > 1) A simple one that just has an AUP that you have to agree on before
> > being given net access.
> > 2) Or something like a NoCatAuth Gateway that can talk to a remote
> > NoCatAuth Server and do accounting and auth and whatnot.
> > 3) A completely m0n0wall based portal that does auth and accounting using
> > a local user database and logs the accounting to a remote syslog server?
> > 4) None of the above.
> > Cheers,
> > Steven