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[vox-tech] alternative on linux authentication approach

+----------+ +----------+ +---------+ + Internet +<==========>| (linux)|<===========>|Windows workstations +----------+ +----------+ +---------+ anybody can provide ideas with this scenario. under linux :a. has 2 NICs b. has dhcp leasing 192.168.1.X c. has iptables allowing 192.168.0.X to browse workstations:a. windows OS b. after booting up, all workstations have dynamic IP of 192.168.1.x (not allowed to browse)scenario:some windows workstations needs to browse, using linux box as gateway. but i need thoseworkstations to be authenticated first from linux box before they can browse. when authenticated from linux box,they get the 192.168.0.X IP (which is allowed to browse).i would like to implement this without squid authentication, but with freeradius + proxy.can it be done? is certificates advisable here? i believe proxy would be helpful on this. but for the authentication part, certificates? can it be done by apache? anyone pls. advise.thanks in advance.milver nisay

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