Thanks for your hint, but I'm not sure of having understood or explained my
I am not having problems on displaying the welcome web page to the clients
connected to my wifi lan, as I am using the captive portal feature to tell
clients that they are only allowed to make an vpn to the internet when they
try to access the internet from their browser. For that goal everything but
relevant udp/tcp ports are blocked.
Now I have the problem of clients not being able to perform the vpn
connection, as the captive portal server seems to intercept all traffic. I
was guessing if i could show the wellcome web page and still allow clients to
make vpn connections to the internet.
As far as I know, with the 'Allow IP adresses' list all I can do is to disable
showing the captive portal to selected clients, but I want it to be shown to
all clients connected, if possible.
El Tuesday 22 January 2008 16:36:41 Jurgen van Vliet escribió:
> Hi Carlos,
> Try adding the IP of your m0n0 machine in the Allowed IP Adresses list of
> the captive portal, so connections to that IP is allowed without having to
> go trought the captive portal.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Carlos Baiget Orts [mailto:carlos dot baiget at uv dot es]
> Verzonden: dinsdag 22 januari 2008 16:11
> Aan: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Onderwerp: [m0n0wall] Re: captive portal and vpn clients
> I am using m0n0wall firewall to only allow VPN connections to the internet.
> I would want to show a informative/welcome web page using the captive
> portal feature, with no authentication, intended to be show only if no vpn
> connection is made yet.
> the problem is that if i enable the captive portal, vpn connections cannot
> be stablished. firewalls rules for vpn connection are ok, as if I disable
> captive portal, they work as expected.
> can i work around this somehow?
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