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benoitg (2 matches)

Ticket Summary Component Milestone Type Created
#509 Updated Greek Locale Auth server, Usability, Interface and translations Not yet assigned to a Milestone Bug report 11/24/08

Hi all I tried to complete the Greek locale files. The result looks good to me, so i send you the files

#92 Opening the firewall if the auth servers are all unreachable Gateway and Auth server Gateway 1.1.5 Feature Request 03/02/06

The goal is to have an option to open the firewall if the auth servers are all unreachable ...

Here is the current suggestion from Rob Janes:

Add a new chain, TABLE_WIFIDOG_AUTH_IS_DOWN, on the mangle, nat and filter.

On the PREROUTING mangle, the chain is there, at the very end, but normally empty. When the heartbeat monitor thread finds the auth servers are unreachable it adds a line to mark unmarked packets with a new mark, FW_MARK_AUTHISDOWN (253).

When the heartbeat monitor thread finds the auth servers are responding again it clears the above mangle chain.

Similarily, in the nat PREROUTING chains, add a check for mark FW_MARK_AUTHISDOWN just before the redirect of port 80. If that mark is set, accept the packet. This bypasses the redirect.

In the filter FORWARD chain, add a check for the FW_MARK_AUTHISDOWN just before the jump to the TABLE_WIFIDOG_UNKNOWN chain. If the mark is set, jump to the filter chain TABLE_WIFIDOG_AUTH_IS_DOWN. This chain is loaded at firewall init time from a ruleset, 'auth-is-down'.

If you leave the 'auth-is-down' ruleset empty, everything stays the way it is now.

But, if you do

FirewallRuleSet auth-is-down {
  FirewallRule allow to 0/0

all customers will be allowed to surf while the auth server is down. As soon as the authserver comes back up, they will be redirected to the login splash since the heartbeat monitor will clear the chain that marks their packets as FW_MARK_AUTHISDOWN, and then their packets will no longer be specially marked.

That's it''

sergio (1 match)

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#637 FCKEditor auto install does not work correctly Hamsung WifiDog Auth Server 1.0 Bug report 10/20/09

I have a fresh install of wifidog-auth (checked out today).

I installed FCKeditor from the dependancies page of the install.

It installed it in lib/fckeditor

WifiDog wants it installed in lib/FCKeditor

Warning: require_once(lib/FCKeditor/fckeditor.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/www/wifidog-auth/wifidog/classes/Content/HTMLeditor/HTMLeditor.php on line 82

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required 'lib/FCKeditor/fckeditor.php' (include_path='/usr/local/www/wifidog-auth/wifidog:.:/usr/local/share/pear') in /usr/local/www/wifidog-auth/wifidog/classes/Content/HTMLeditor/HTMLeditor.php on line 82

Just a minor path error, should be easy enough to fix for anyone familiar with the codebase.

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