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 1. Q: What is NoCatAuth? [[BR]]  * What is NoCatAuth?
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 A: NoCatAuth is a CaptivePortal solution for securing your home network.    * NoCatAuth is a CaptivePortal solution for restricting access to networks.
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 * Q: Where can I download it from? [[BR]]
 A: Look at http://nocat.net ;-)
 * Where can I download it from?
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   * Take a look at http://nocat.net
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 * Q: How do I connect to it? [[BR]]  * How do I connect to it?
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 A:    * 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
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 * Q: Using Windows with NoCat I found that clicking on a URL in Outlook loaded that URL in the most recently opened browser window. That killed the renew agent. [[BR]]  * Does PTP use a central NoCatAuth server and one user database or does each node have its auth server and user database?
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 A: Go to (Internet Explorer/Tools) or (control Panel)/Internet Options/Advanced/Browsing and uncheck "Reuse windows for launching shortcuts".

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

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?

    • 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


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