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   * Currently, Personal Telco nodes generally use NoCatAuth's "Open" mode, which means there is no authentication server or user database. Users simply click "Agree" after viewing the NodeSplashPages. -- KeeganQuinn    * Currently, PersonalTelco nodes generally use NoCatAuth's "Open" mode, which means there is no authentication server or user database. Users simply click "Agree" after viewing the NodeSplashPages. -- KeeganQuinn
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 * How do i set to allow only certain users and disallow anonimous to use ?  * Are there any tutorials on how to setup NoCatAuth with an auth server?
  
  * http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/tutorials/article.php/3286631
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 * can i setup a billing system using nocat?  * How do I set to allow only certain users and disallow anonymous to use ?

* can I setup a billing system using nocat?
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     *Add a variation of this to the end of initilize.fw      * Add a variation of this to the end of initilize.fw
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[CategoryNoCat]

Some FrequentlyAskedQuestions about NoCatAuth:

  • What is NoCatAuth?

  • Where can I download it from?
  • How do I connect to it?
    • As a user on a network protected by NoCatAuth, simply try to browse the web as usual, and you will be redirected to a special web page with instructions. -- KeeganQuinn

  • Does PTP use a central NoCatAuth server and one user database or does each node have its auth server and user database?

  • Are there any tutorials on how to setup NoCatAuth with an auth server?

  • How do I set to allow only certain users and disallow anonymous to use ?
  • can I setup a billing system using nocat?
  • How do I give access to a particular client that will survive NoCat restarts

    • Add a variation of this to the end of initilize.fw

      iptables -t mangle -I FORWARD -j MARK --set-mark 2 -s 10.11.25.9
      iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -j ACCEPT -s 10.11.25.9 --match mac --mac-source 00:0B:82:00:62:DD
      iptables -t filter -I FORWARD -j ACCEPT -d 10.11.25.9
  • OR

      /usr/share/nocatauth/gateway/bin/access.fw permit 00:0B:82:00:62:DD 10.11.25.9 Member


[CategoryDocumentation] [CategoryNoCat]

NoCatAuthFaq (last edited 2007-11-27 08:43:19 by JasonMcArthur)