[pfSense-discussion] Restricted viewing...

2005-10-28 Thread Kim C. Callis
I have a client that want to be able to view graphs and other general reports. Is there a way to make a strictly report based web interface, which will allow some to see things like state tables, dhcp leases, graphs, and other reports, but no ability to make any changes to any features or rules?

[pfSense-discussion] if_bridge and DHCP

2005-10-28 Thread Travis Mikalson
Hello, I have not given this extensive testing and I am new to this list and have not been following discussion. I looked in the archives a little bit but did not find anything on the topic. It seems as though dhcpd doesn't work on a bridge unless you bind it to bridge0. For example: Put

RE: [pfSense-discussion] if_bridge and DHCP

2005-10-28 Thread Greg Hennessy
From my small amount of testing and the experiences of others, it seems as if the more proper way to do things where dhcp will work is to assign your LAN IP and bind dhcpd to bridge0 rather than to one of the interfaces in the bridge. I used the shell to do this myself and it worked

Re: [pfSense-discussion] Restricted viewing...

2005-10-28 Thread Bill Marquette
On 10/28/05, Scott Ullrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/28/05, Kim C. Callis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a client that want to be able to view graphs and other general reports. Is there a way to make a strictly report based web interface, which will allow some to see things like

RE: [pfSense-discussion] Restricted viewing...

2005-10-28 Thread Fleming, John \(ZeroChaos\)
On 10/28/05, Scott Ullrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/28/05, Kim C. Callis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a client that want to be able to view graphs and other general reports. Is there a way to make a strictly report based web interface, which will allow some to see things like

Re: [pfSense-discussion] Restricted viewing...

2005-10-28 Thread Rainer Duffner
Scott Ullrich wrote: Sure its possible. Are we planning to do this soon? Not on the list. I'd also vote for pushing this far behind. Perhaps somebody has got an idea how to get a per-customer user-interface implemented so that the individual customers can view AND edit their own

Re: [pfSense-discussion] Restricted viewing...

2005-10-28 Thread Scott Ullrich
On 10/28/05, Rainer Duffner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Scott Ullrich wrote: Sure its possible. Are we planning to do this soon? Not on the list. I'd also vote for pushing this far behind. Perhaps somebody has got an idea how to get a per-customer user-interface implemented so that

Re: [pfSense-discussion] authpf package

2005-10-28 Thread Travis H.
ssh need to be open on WAN interface and all user that have real shell could be disabled for security concern. Be careful when trying to disable users via their login shell: http://www.csh.rit.edu/~psionic/articles/ssh-security/ -- http://www.lightconsulting.com/~travis/ -- We already have