Re: Wi-Fi hotspot
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Please turn your line wraps on to 72 columns so your messages are more
On Fri, May 02, 2003 at 09:27:54AM +0200, Erik D?rnbach wrote:
> We're building up the same thing here right now, using an LinkSys
> Acess Point and a dedicated Woody box. I've already set up Squid as
> a transparent proxy with the iptables to track down every http
> traffic and loop it to the webcache port, works really great
> together with DHCP, because there is no need for Joe on the street
> to configure anything.
I would also strongly recommend adzapper. Honestly, when was the last
time you bought something from a web ad? Why waste your bandwidth
(thus money) and cache space, and add worthless distractions to your
browsing experience to support someone's broken revenue model?
Install adzapper, and start browsing like it's 1993 again.
> But now I'm stuck with the tricky bits, I want to push specific
> pages (commercials and the like) to a specific hosts when they next
> click on any link after a period of time. The user will then have to
> click a button on that page and can continue to surf for another
> couple of minutes, when the next page is forced. I fiddled a bit
> with SquidGuard, but I'm not sure that's the right approach, I need
> to get the whole thing together with MAC adresses or the like.
If you're really slick, you might be able to use adzapper to replace
ads in favor of yours, though I don't think you should expect users to
actually put up with interruptive BS.
.''`. Baloo Ursidae <email@example.com>
: :' : proud Debian admin and user
`- Debian - when you have better things to do than fix a system
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