On Wed, 30 Nov 2005, John Scrivner wrote:
complete report on the incident and a plan for how I will prevent people from doing this in the future at all locations. I am thinking we can use PPPoE to force all users even on the hardwired network to authenticate in order to get on the Internet. What are your thoughts? What will this break on an internal network that may
You may want to look at hotspot as a solution, too. The main advantage here is that it can be made fairly easy (depending on the hotspot controller) for them to manage. PPPoE is a good solution, but in some cases, requires them to change settings on the local machine (or worse...install a client) in order to access the internet. If the network behind the hotspot is flat, the hotspot will not break anything (nor will PPPoE).
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