from my Mikrotik

add src-address=172.16.7.224/27 dst-address=!64.123.108.28/32:80 protocol=tcp \ action=nat to-dst-address=64.123.108.28 to-dst-port=80 comment="Redirect \ all 172.16.7.224/26 customers to \"Please call NoDial\" page" disabled=no

I just have a virtual "call nodial" web site hosted on one of my webservers. I need to put a custom 404 error page to the same page. It works if your home page is "http://www.yahoo.com"; but not if your homepage is "http://news.google.com/nwshp?hl=en&tab=in&q=";

You can look at http://64.123.108.28 to see what I send my deadbeat customers to. I also send my DHCP customers there who I havent put in a static DHCP lease for. Kind of a poor-man's hotspot.

pd

Bo Hamilton wrote:

Redirect that IP to a webserver on your network. You can do that on just about any core router, Star-Os, MT and so on.

Bo



Ray & Jean wrote:

Looking for a intro page, webpage ect.. That will let a customer know that their end user modem for wireless service has been cut off or deactivated due to lack of payments. When they click on their browser to view a website I would like the page to say; something like, "Sorry due to non-payment your internet web surfing has been stopped.. " Does anyone have a template or know how to make this work on the wireless modems?
Thanks Jean
www.surfmore.net




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