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Re: [K12OSN] DHCP Servers anyone?



You might check out NoCatAuth or NoCatSplash at nocat.net.

Santiago, Nicholas wrote:
Hi all--
Another interesting project today... looking to set up a DHCP server for a wireless access point. My thought for MAC address filtering would be to provide valid IP reservations for authenticated clients, and then give BS addresses for anyone else. I'm open to any flavor of Linux, any DHCP daemon, any thoughts would be welcome. -Nick nicholas|santiago
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