> I'm trying to build a server that will act as a gateway between my wireless > network and the rest of the world. Here's an overview of the current setup: > > 1. FreeBSD 7.1 > 2. isc-dhcp3-server-3.0.5_2 > 3. natd configured to connect fxp0 (public network, dynamic IP) to fxp1 > (private network, static IP) > 4. ipfw > 5. bind > 6. apache 2.2 > 7. php 5.2.6 > > Right now, when someone connects to the private net, they get an IP address > and can connect to the Internet no problemo. So, this is all working so > far. > > What I'd like to do next is this: > > When someone obtains an IP address, I'm going to configure DHCP to block > that IP using IPFW initially, and I'd like to redirect any requests that > come from that IP to port 80 or 443 to be silently redirected to the local > Apache installation, where the user can enter their login and password. > Once they've been authenticated, the firewall will allow them to connect out > to everywhere else.
I think that monowall (or pfsense) do that for you. Best regards, Olivier _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"