On Thu, 2018-02-08 at 21:28 +0100, Aleksander Morgado wrote:
> If the user is requesting an empty response ("") as expected string,
> let the connectivity check succeed if we actually get a 204 HTTP
> response code (reporting a successful request but without content).
> This allows using e.g. Android's default URLs for the connectivity
> check purpose:
>     [connectivity]
>     uri=http://google.com/generate_204
>     interval=60
>     response=
> ---
> Hey hey,
> What do you think of this patch? This should work for all cases,
> including when trying to detect a captive portal (as the portal
> shouldn't return a 204 in any case).

Hi Aleksander,

I think this makes sense.

Merged to master:

and a minor follow up:


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