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You might be able to get a small portion of your clients to accept a captive portal. However, these may break security of connections, so clients that need secure connections are likely to refused your service and switch to a different hotel. It is unlikely you will be able to easily lure those clients back. Very few protocols allow injection of something ...


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No, the presence of a USB port does not automatically mean you can share files to your wifi network. But that is highly dependent upon the device. If it's a feature, it would be advertised. Otherwise, don't assume this is possible.


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I had this same problem on my VE (running on my laptop) today, and found it quite surprising. Dig and NSlookup works, but curl fails. So for instance: # curl -v google.com * getaddrinfo(3) failed for google.com:80 * Couldn't resolve host 'google.com' * Closing connection #0 curl: (6) Couldn't resolve host 'google.com' But when I saw David T's post here, ...


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No, you can't The WAN port on that device is a routed port. It can have a different network address than your LAN network address and the LAN traffic would be routed through the WAN port to get to your ISP. Unfortunately there are no Layer 3 ports on your switch side of the router. You asked. Is there any way I can configure one of the LAN port out ...


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It depends on the University's servers setup. They may have and may have and may have not caching or recording the network data. It may have been recorded for hours or days and may be for month (which is unlikely in fact - could you imagine the size of all the traffic all the university have?). Even if the data was cached long enough, it may be ...


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If more than one network interface is available on the host machine, then you have to choose which interface will be used. A default interface can be specified by adding a :bridge clause to the network definition. config.vm.network "public_network", bridge: "en1: Wi-Fi (Interface name)" The string identifying the desired interface must exactly match the ...


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It should be possible to do this by simply not connecting your router to the internet.



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