WPAD works two ways - either DHCP, or DNS.
Simply add a DNS entry into m0n0 (wpad.yourdomain.com) for the web
server with the configuration file wpad.dat stored in the root directory.
Second paragraph under "Context".
Paul Taylor wrote:
> Your auto browser config - How do you currently handle it? (Is it
> via Monowall with a hidden config command that I'm not aware of?)
> I'm currently using a separate DHCP server to hand that out (not the DHCP
> server in Monowall), using these line in my dhcpd.conf like this:
> # Define WPAD option
> option wpad-url code 252 = text;
> option wpad-url "http://proxyserver:8080/array.dll?Get.Routing.Script\n";
> (The array.dll etc. in the URL is for Microsofts ISA server)
> It would be pretty easy to add this to the base Monowall package so you
> could use the DHCP server in Monowall to hand out the URL to the proxy.pac
> file. Of course, this is probably only important in large networks that
> probably wouldn't use Monowall anyhow...