On 6/6/05, Henning Wangerin
<mailinglists dash after dash 041101 underscore reply dash not dash possible at hpc dot dk> wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-06-06 at 18:55, till wrote:
> > No, I want _one_ m0n0wall for 2 locations.
> How are your locations connected? Do you have a fixed (VPN) link between
Not at all or not yet. Both have Internet access. That's all.
I've been searching around about this issue and I have found a post by
someone on wifigeek.net , who had a different approach to the whole
captive portal/authorization theme.
Check the post here:
Basically, this exclusivly relies on DNS and all you need to
distribute is a DNS server which then gets the user to a website
(online) where they sign in and then they are "ready to surf". I was
wondering if m0n0wall could be used to accomplish the same thing.
Since I have multiple locations and would not like to distribute more
hardware than necessary, it sounded like a good idea to me. When I
speak of multiple locations, then I mean, that they are around 300 km
apart from each other. Both are hooked up to the Internet and that's
all so far.
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