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  • #40686

    webwarrior
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    Hi,

    What can be done, to allow traffic to a specific website, but force authentication for all others?

    I know this is possible, but not sure how to do it.

    #45597

    webwarrior
    Member

    Can we achieve this yet?

    Anybody know more about the topic?

    #45598

    webwarrior
    Member

    Come on, I cannot see any response to this.

    We need to take this system forward to the commercial market. 🙂

    @webwarrior wrote:

    Can we achieve this yet?

    Anybody know more about the topic?

    #45599

    noid
    Member

    well…you could set the auth free site in the captive portal

    #45600

    webwarrior
    Member

    @noid wrote:

    well…you could set the auth free site in the captive portal

    Can only one site be set up in the auth free site?

    Where do you set up the Auth Free site?

    You are doing a great job, mate.

    #45601

    noid
    Member

    @webwarrior wrote:

    @noid wrote:

    well…you could set the auth free site in the captive portal

    Can only one site be set up in the auth free site?

    Where do you set up the Auth Free site?

    You are doing a great job, mate.

    in low-right part of the captive portal configuration there is a box titled “free authorized” and a selector
    choose “services” and add the ip/port of the web server you need to make auth free

    hope this helps 🙂

    #45602

    webwarrior
    Member

    I still think we should allow a text box, with a comma delimited list, allowing actual URLs. There could be a thousand website on one IP address.

    @noid wrote:

    in low-right part of the captive portal configuration there is a box titled “free authorized” and a selector
    choose “services” and add the ip/port of the web server you need to make auth free

    hope this helps 🙂

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