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 From:  David Trejo <wheaties at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] check out the captive portal that I setup in my spare time....
 Date:  Mon, 10 Apr 2006 23:13:15 -0400
Sure.. I will get to work on it tomorow. I won't send the file 
obviously, but you'll be able to adjust the download links accordingly 
using any html editor




VinceV wrote:

>David,
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>Would you be willing to share that open source software page with me? 
>
>Is there someplace I could download it or could you zip it up and send it
>via e-mail?
>
>VinceV 
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: David Trejo [mailto:wheaties at gmail dot com] 
>>Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2006 7:13 PM
>>To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>>Subject: [m0n0wall] check out the captive portal that I setup 
>>in my spare time....
>>
>>Captive portal ROCKS:
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>>Basically I spent first half of the day bored out of my mind 
>>when I decided to pull out an old access point I had in the closet.
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>>The point is, I created a captive portal using an access 
>>point and my m0n0wall router.
>>The end result is, by my low standards anyways, a very nice 
>>and sleek hotspot implementation.
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>>I must say that setting it all up was a PITA. What you will 
>>see in the vide= o will be:
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>>-universal browser support
>>-forced redirect to the AUP page
>>-frankly, a decent looking AUP page stating the rules and my 
>>intentions.
>>-forced redirect from the AUP page to an intranet site that 
>>is hosting a lo=
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>>t
>>of OSS locally
>>-bandwidth throttling of 56kit/s up/128kbit/s down on the 
>>internet (ex.
>>service pack 2)
>>-bandwidth throttling of about 3Mbps+ down on the intranet 
>>(ex. open office=
>>)
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>>*The video ( 12.8MB)* 
>><http://myhsr.com/storage/video/captive%20portal.avi>
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>>What you won't see is the menagerie of rules and traffic 
>>shaping rules and more that allow my network to be accessed 
>>for that open source software and for internet access, and 
>>nothing more. Hell, you can't even ping the damn host without 
>>my permission
>>
>>
>>
>>That said, I haven't even started using basic user 
>>authentication (this is meant to be a free neighborhood 
>>hotspot intent on promoting OSS ), much les= s radius, but I 
>>will get there:D
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>>If anyone has any questions, comments, problems, feel free to respond.
>>
>>
>>Enjoy!
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