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Re: [vox-tech] alternative on linux authentication approach
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Re: [vox-tech] alternative on linux authentication approach

on Thu, Aug 05, 2004 at 09:17:44PM +0100, Milver S. Nisay (mnisay@aim-consultants.com) wrote:
>          +----------+            +----------+             +---------+ 
> + 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 

I don't know whether or not MSOE is mangling stuff badly, but could you
*please* format your posts for redability?

Generally, this involves:

  - Spaces between words.
  - Linefeeds between paragraphs.
  - Paragraph breakds between major themes.

If you're trying to draw ASCII art, many (most?) of us read with
monospaced fonts and 80 column screens.  Keep this in mind.


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