Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of WirelessCommunityModels

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11/10/06 16:10:06 (14 years ago)
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  • WirelessCommunityModels

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    22= Running a wireless community using a captive portal =  
    3 This document lists the different models for giving internet access using a captive portals (note also that a single community can implement multiple models).  For now, it is mostly written to clarify terminology.  It does not attempt to discuss how each model relates to sustainability, or the considerable variations in policy that can occur within each model (is the user time limited, bandwidth limited, etc.). Over time, this document will list how suitable wifidog is for ever model, and what features are missing. 
     3This document lists the different models for giving internet access using a captive portals (note also that a single community can implement multiple models).  For now, it is mostly written to clarify terminology.  It does not attempt to discuss how each model relates to sustainability, or the considerable variations in policy that can occur within each model (is the user time limited, bandwidth limited, etc.). Over time, this document will list how suitable wifidog is for every model, and what features are missing. 
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    55== Models for determining who has access == 
    66=== Models with users === 
    77==== Open community ==== 
    8 Users can signup freely (possibly providing some mandatory information, typically a email address).   
     8Users can signup freely (possibly providing some mandatory information, typically an email address).   
    99Examples:  http://www.ilesansfil.org/ 
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