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  • #40714

    hoisel
    Member

    Hello,

    I’m trying to apply the Captive Portal over a VPN (Host-to-LAN) link, but it passthrough. This VPN is made from the internal interface, and I use the Source NAT routing method. It’s possible?

    How to assign more than a class of IP on VPNs? How to assign a specific IP for a user determined on VPN?

    Thank you

    Daniel Hoisel

    #45689

    hoisel
    Member

    Niente?

    #45690

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    The VPNs L2TP/IPSec for Road Warrior connections use point-to-point interfaces and at the moment it is not possible to apply the captive portal to these interfaces. I don’t understand why you want to protect the VPNs host-to-LAN with the il web login. The VPNs are already authenticated by x.509 certificates and Kerberos passwords.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #45691

    hoisel
    Member

    I use this in a small ISP. It would be useful since my customers are not trustworthy and I want to limit its accesses for only one PC. About the others two questions?

    TKS

    #45692

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    It is not possible to assign more than one IP subnet to a L2TP/IPSec VPN and it is not possible to fix the IPs.

    Fulvio

    #45693

    hoisel
    Member

    Dear Fulvio,

    Thank you for answering all my questions. It has plans to support this in a brief future?

    Daniel Hoisel

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