This assumes you are running m0n0wall in a corporate environment, which
is only _one_ of a number of deployment possibilities. If you run
m0n0wall on your home DSL router, or at a cafe or small business, then
what Fred wants is entirely appropriate--please, no tirades about what
_belongs_ on a firewall... one can make a case for the SOHO user that
some suggested services _do_ belong on a firewall considering that a
captive portal requires the use of firewall rules.
That said, NoCatSplash is, I believe, written for Linux, not *BSD.
There is a basic requirements spec that was authored by me and Michael
Mee a few months ago, but I don't believe any work has happened on it
Your best bet, if you need to use a single Soekris box or computer, may
be to use "pebble" http://www.nycwireless.net/pebble which is a linux
distro for doing exactly what you are asking. Its not as easy to use as
m0n0wall, but it works mostly out of the box.
dana at nycwireless dot net
On Mar 15, 2004, at 5:11 PM, Hilton Travis wrote:
> Hi Fred,
> On Tue, 2004-03-16 at 05:20, Fred Weston wrote:
>> Hello everyone. I read in the list archives that there was some talk
>> last year about adding support for a simple captive (or open maybe?)
>> portal to m0n0. I'm looking for something that will present users
>> a simple "click here to accept" page that gives them some info about
>> network and explains the AUP.
>> As far as I can tell, Nocatsplash is written entirely in C, so it
>> shouldn't have any heavy requirements. Would it be feasible for
>> something like this to be added to m0n0wall?
> This does not belong on a firewall. It belongs on your Intranet
> and in your company security policy document that your staff should
> read, agree to and sign before employment.
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