WiFiDog Captive Portal
The WiFiDog gateway is written in C with no dependencies beyond the Linux kernel. This structure enables it to be embedded in devices such as the WRT54G router running OpenWrt, FreeWRT or DD-WRT or most PCs running Linux. Linux Journal reports that a working gateway install can be packaged in less than 15Kb on an i386 platform.
The WiFiDog authentication server is a PHP and PostgreSQL server based solution written to authenticate clients in a captive portal environment. WiFiDog Auth provides portal specific content management, allows users to create wireless internet access accounts using email access, provides gateway uptime statistics and connection specific and user log statistics.
- Project home page
- Deploying a public wireless network using WiFiDog
- WiFi Foundation uses WiFi Dog for Community WiFi
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