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    Quote Originally Posted by lschafroth View Post
    In a school environment, we want the captive users to be on a seperate vlan inside the firewall so they can be filtered. We would not want them on the DMZ.

    Lannie
    That's really more of a Network Access Control function...isn't it? 802.1x and all that jazz...

    ...I guess If I'm thinking dymaically assigned VLANs...

    ...that would also be cool, but probably way, way too much for Untangle...thus I throw down the gauntlet in challenge.

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    one more thing...
    It would be nice if you can go to edit on the interface and there like "this is a wan"
    hit have a this is a "Captive portal interface"
    So that i can choose with interface/interfaces should see the Captive portal.

    Or if it is a module there specify with interfaces it should work on.

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    I would think the captive portal would show as a rack application and within the application you get to choose which interface(s) have the portal active on it. Or, even more generic it is simply active on all traffic passing through that rack forcing yet another reason to own the policy manager if you want to have selective CP.
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    We are currently using PFsense because it has dual WAN and captive portal. UT is getting real close to having everything we need in one box. Captive portal for acceptable use would be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I am looking for the Network EULA and User ID.
    Ditto.

    We need to be able to configure this by rack as well. This way we can force captive on some users, and not others.

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    I am looking for the Network EULA and User ID.

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    How will captive portal work on a terminal server? How does it tie that session to a specific user? For purposes of User ID and Agreement.
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    Mike, if it's the same setup as the MonoWall/PFSense captive portal... it can't.

    One user per MAC address. That is all.

    The only other way is to make the thing work via browser cookies... but that can break all protocols that aren't http. And given that the AD Connector has the same one user to 1 ip limitation... I don't expect the CP to be any different in the end.
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    damn :-P well our long term goal is to move away from TS so i guess it's moot for us to worry :-P
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