Thats great, I'm glad others have done it sucessfully. How did you set
it up though? are there any pre-configured installs that I can run
behind the monowall.... other suggestions?
On 2/8/06, Jason Brunk <jbrunk at wthosting dot com> wrote:
> A number of us have done just what you are thinking.
> I have done it here in tampa florida, using monowall I have a central system
> here, www.wthotspot.com multiple locations use the same radius system and
> you can log into this site any time and see how much time you used, where
> you used it and purchase more time.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Josh Hyles [mailto:josh dot maillists at gmail dot com]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 5:18 PM
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] Radius User Manager
> hi everyone, thanks for taking the time to read this. I'm not a total
> newbie, but I'm not sure where to turn in my current venture. I live across
> the street from a quizno's sub shop and was hoping to setup a wifi access
> point for users that come in the shop. Now before you go think... ah how
> nice of you mate... lol, I am hoping to charge something like $0.99 per hour
> or something. figure thats cheap and if i make one sale per day, i can put
> it toward my cable bill each month.
> Anyway, the task I'm trying to implament would be a paid for(via
> paypal) wifi service that will run all by itself. people create usernames
> and passwords along with paying via paypal and everything takes care of
> itself. Well, my roommate is a programmer(mainly .NET, but he thinks he can
> learn this stuff) and he wants to see if we cant just write the whole thing
> outselves. The problem is, we're not sure how to, if its even possible, to
> add users to the internal radius database so we dont have to run another
> radius server on another box.
> OR if there is a better way to go about this all together?
> Thanks in advance.
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