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      I had this problem when i was setting up my linux ap image, you the hostap driver takes a little while to initialize, longer than a normal one, so i fixed it by bumping dhcp to S99 in /etc/rc2.d/ --ForrestEnglish

This is to help track and resolve bugs with the DebianLinuxAccessPoint and DebianApImage projects. If you think you've found a bug in how the image works please list it here along with all the information I might need to fix it. Thanks -- AdamShand.

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Feature Requests

  • ExtrusionDetection (Snort)

  • Automatic rules update for ExtrusionDetection

  • Test NoCatAuth CaptivePortal mode

  • Setup Exim with TLS for mail proxying (warn about earthlink)
    • Setup transparent proxy for port 80 and port 25
  • Add the debian package for Wavemon (new in unstable)
  • Install Bastille for security (maybe gr-security as well?)
  • Install tripwire or osiris
  • Is webmin a good idea?
  • Add CBQ (debian package shaper)
  • SSL support on nocat auth page -EricJohanson

    • Are you referring to the NoCatAuth bug where https requests don't get proxied to the portal properly or are you wanting the login page to the SSL'd? -- AdamShand

  • Touch screen support. :) Can this be done without X? non-X-scribble?

    • I think this requires X. X will be supported once I get docs from CoryWebb on how to make the pen drivers work and a working XF86Config file.n -- AdamShand

      • You should check with Mark Curran, I think he has added X to your image already --MichaelCodanti

  • Real time reporting...
  • Setting up image to work with other devices (EG: SBCs with different PCMCIA bridges)
    • I think this should "just work". Can you document any issues? -- AdamShand

  • Setting up a default message on telnet/ssh; "you are not logged in via nocat, please goto http://aa.bb.cc.dd/"

Open Bugs

From AdamShand

From TerrySchmidt:

  • Screen doesn't turn off (might be my bios settings)
  • How do you make grub bootable? (without loading lilo first and then booting and choosing grub)
    • working on it, if anyone else wants to figure this out it would be appreciated. -- AdamShand

From EricJohanson:

  • /etc/lilo.conf.install does not point to correct kernel image; (both 2.2.x and 2.4.x)
  • warnings loading modules; /var/log/something is readonly on kernel boot
  • My screen *does* turn off, once I tweaked the bios
  • Why can't I ping/traceroute out via the NAT?
  • having lynx installed would help debugging 'net connections
  • What does this mean? Any why is it saying it sooooo much?

Jan  5 05:02:44 fuji kernel: Clearing TIM bit for AID 1
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel: wlan0: dropped received packet from 00:02:2d:04:e4:62 with no ToDS flag (type=0x02, subtype=0x04)
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel: wlan0: RX status=0x0000 (port=0, type=0, fcserr=0) silence=4 signal=153 rate=20 rxflow=0
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel:    FC type=2:4 dur=0x0102 seq=0xe1f0 data_len=0
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel:    A1=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af A2=00:02:2d:04:e4:62 A3=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af A4=00:00:00:00:00:00
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel:    dst=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af src=00:02:2d:04:e4:62 len=0
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel: handle_pspoll: BSSID=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af, TA=00:02:2d:04:e4:62
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel:    aid=1
Jan  5 05:02:45 fuji kernel: Clearing TIM bit for AID 1
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel: wlan0: dropped received packet from 00:02:2d:04:e4:62 with no ToDS flag (type=0x02, subtype=0x04)
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel: wlan0: RX status=0x0000 (port=0, type=0, fcserr=0) silence=3 signal=153 rate=20 rxflow=0
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel:    FC type=2:4 dur=0x0102 seq=0xe2c0 data_len=0
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel:    A1=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af A2=00:02:2d:04:e4:62 A3=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af A4=fc:f0:75:98:b3:f0
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel:    dst=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af src=00:02:2d:04:e4:62 len=0
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel: handle_pspoll: BSSID=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af, TA=00:02:2d:04:e4:62
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel:    aid=1
Jan  5 05:02:46 fuji kernel: Clearing TIM bit for AID 1
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel: wlan0: dropped received packet from 00:02:2d:04:e4:62 with no ToDS flag (type=0x02, subtype=0x04)
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel: wlan0: RX status=0x0000 (port=0, type=0, fcserr=0) silence=4 signal=150 rate=20 rxflow=0
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel:    FC type=2:4 dur=0x0102 seq=0xe390 data_len=0
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel:    A1=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af A2=00:02:2d:04:e4:62 A3=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af A4=03:0a:00:10:00:80
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel:    dst=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af src=00:02:2d:04:e4:62 len=0
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel: handle_pspoll: BSSID=00:30:ab:0e:fa:af, TA=00:02:2d:04:e4:62
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel:    aid=1
Jan  5 05:02:47 fuji kernel: Clearing TIM bit for AID 1

I get 1-2 of these per second. /var/log on my system is over 300 megs. :(

This is from running 'netstubler on a windows box.

Unable to Duplicate

  • DNS Server doesn't load upon bootup
  • DHCP Server doesn't load upon bootup
    • I had this problem when i was setting up my linux ap image, you the hostap driver takes a little while to initialize, longer than a normal one, so i fixed it by bumping dhcp to S99 in /etc/rc2.d/ --ForrestEnglish

Resolved Bugs

  • AdHoc mode! This would be VERY helpful for SWN folks..... I've heard rumors that we want to use ADHoc for PtP links...

    • AdHoc mode is supported, you just need to change the mode the card is in from master to managed in /etc/network/interfaces (it ships as an AccessPoint by default). -- AdamShand

  • Needs update to 2.4.16 (10 Dec 2001)
  • Disable -- MARK -- in syslog ("-m 0") (10 Dec 2001)
  • Add simple batch file or configuration to switch to bridging instead of NAT (see /usr/local/bin/bridge-setup.sh 10 Dec 2001)


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