Dinesh Nair wrote:
>>My understanding of the captive portal feature is that it reroutes HTTP traffic to the captive
portal page and locks out everything else unless I white list the client or the server, is that
Cool, thanks. I'm glad I got it right...
>>How does DHCP work with a captive portal enabled, do I need to use
>>m0n0wall's DHCP, or can I allow DHCP traffic from my own DHCP server? -- It shouldn't be a problem
to use m0n0wall's for this one interface, but I can't use it globally at this point.
>it doesnt matter how the client got it's IP address. IP address assignment to clients can be DHCP
from m0n0wall, DHCP from another DHCP server or even statically assigned.
I was thinking more along the lines of getting the DHCP traffic to the
captive portal'd network. I should be able to use m0n0wall's DHCP for
this interface without any difficulty though, so it's a moot point.
If you've had half as much fun reading this as I've had writing it,
I've had twice as much fun as you.