Build a secure wireless portal with Linux

Monday, 20 March 2006, 2:59 AM EST

There are a number of specialized applications for building wireless portals. The grandmommy of them all is NoCatAuth. NoCatAuth was designed to simplify and control the administration of public wireless portals. NoCatAuth creates a "captive portal", which means users cannot enter your network until they follow a few steps on your NoCatAuth Web page. The lowest level of access is "Public."

At Enterprise Networking Planet.

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