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This should be achievable, right?
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.
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 🙂
You should redirect the success page option, to a page where they are then added to the logged through an automatic Java Script script, and then they will have access to the internet for a specified period of time. You can use a generic username and password for the day of the month (gives you 31 different accounts), which you embed in the Java Script login for that day.
PayPal has a success page redirect option. This might be the easiest way. You can make a copy of the login page, one for each day of the month, with hidden credentials, and an autonomic form submit script, which will give them access to the internet straight away.
The users will only be able to access this page, when they have successfully paid for the service.
Hope this helps.
How to get data back to your website from paypal after checkout? Hi, I’m designing a Paypal checkout page. What I want to know is, let say a customer singnup for an account and he wants to pay the money, it will take it to the paypal checkout page. but after checkout, how do i know if that specific person paid or not. I want to know if there is any way I can get a confirmaton from paypal to my website back so I can confirm his payment and give him access automatically.
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.
Come on, I cannot see any response to this.
We need to take this system forward to the commercial market. 🙂
Can we achieve this yet?
Anybody know more about the topic?November 18, 2008 at 2:54 am in reply to: Solution: How to install Zeroshell in Hard drive [WinXP] #45707
It loads everything from a certain place, and then copies it to a read only location for security purposes.
You have to find the original location of the files. I have not been on it for a while, and would have to look up where that location was. I was working on an auto login function. Maybe search by that, or search for all my comments, if that is possible.
Can we achieve this yet?
Anybody know more about the topic?
Thanks for the links, fulvio.
Apreciate your help…
saadakhtar, morfues, how did this go in the end.
Did the ndiswrapper and madwifi thing worked in the end?
Sorry, I moved countries in the meantme.
markham, you still around.
This idea seemed to have died 🙁
Any progress on this?
The “accounting module should be up and running first, then the walled garden” idea seemed to have died away.
Is this anywhere in the list of requested features?
This will take zeroshell to a professional WISP level.
The accounting module should be up and running first, then the walled garden affect should be build into the code that does the redirect to the captive portal, and should allow for at least 5 urls to be entered.
To email a username, that was chosen on one of the custom wep pages, can be done easily, and when the submit button is clicked, an entry can be written into the database, and the account enabled for login.
Just a few smart lines of code, and 2 extra web pages, and we are there.
I have worked out a simple way to have an accounting module for hotels, that will keep any specific account active for 24 hours, and then disable that account. It requires for the zeroshell server to be restarted every morning early.
We can make it work. I just need some sample code on how to write to the database.September 8, 2007 at 9:45 pm in reply to: Install zeroshell to hard drive from web interface #45589
Have we done any Windows based documentation yet?
Where did you edit the apache confic file?
Do you have a hard drive install?
One suggestion I have, is to create 31 accounts, one for each day of the month.
Every morning the login page will be regenerated with the hardcoded username, and you cannot edit that field. You have to supply the password, and then log in.
Set the system to reboot every night, and then the next day’s hardcoded page will be recreated with that day’s username.
This will simulate accounting. The frequency of the rebooot could also be every 6 houurs if needs be.
There must be a simple way to do this.
Gremlins?July 30, 2007 at 8:45 pm in reply to: Solution: How to install Zeroshell in Hard drive [WinXP] #45705
I am right onto it with the Windows version.
You do the Linux version, saadakhtar