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If it's possible, try to allow TCP traffic to apple.com and icloud.com. On my hotspot it prevents iPhone from thinking that it uses a hotspot. Hope it'll help you.


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Actually what you do is a Captive Portal. You provide an AP without Internet access. Main OSes states it is captive, while you are not logged-in, authenticated, or while you dont have agreed ToS. This can be frustrating, but it is like that. OSes think the mainstream way (like hotspots in hostels, restaurants, starbuck, etc.). I dont know the 0.0.0.0 ...


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Put the wispr payload, it is required. I must confess I have been painful and unsuccessfuk in finding doc about. A bounty is to come about: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31650338/apple-documentation-about-wispr-cna


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Had my PVID settings wrong. I knew it was just something simple again. Hope this post + pictures helps someone else out in the future. Here are two more screen shots showing the correct PVID settings and the resulting final port list. Cheers Wireless Access Point


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PfSense is capable to do what you want - it doing load-balancing on a Multi-WAN connection. The only thing you may be need bonding on ISP side to get combine Up/Down traffic. If you ISP won't to do bonding, you can try 3rd party provider such as Mushroom Networks To protect traffic from abuse by employees, you can use on PfSense proxy with authentication. ...


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3 options: You need access-points with support for 802.11q. This is an extension on regular WIFI that adds VLAN support to Wifi. Be warned: These things are very expensive. The other solution is to use access-points that can broadcast multiple WIFI LAN's and assign each of these WIFI LAN's to a different VLAN. This is easier to setup and less expensive ...


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Fixed! With some help from the local supplier of Draytek products, one simple configuration change on the router solved the issue. Although nameserver IP addresses were coming through automatically to clients (from the ISP), the trick was to set things explicitly in LAN DNS settings on the router. Importantly, the first IP address had to be 192.168.1.1 - ...


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I have an amazon server (AWS) with a security group that blocks all the ip addresses except mine. Nothing wrong with that. Pretty good actually. The problem is that I use my computer through different wifi hotspots so my ip address often changes. So don't actually have your own static ip-address? How did you manage the above then??? Is there ...


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You want Network Policy Server, which provides a RADIUS server (which you then configure your wireless access points to use) and will require users connecting to Wi-Fi to log in with their AD credentials. This is a standard Windows Server feature you can install from Server Manager or PowerShell.


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You could try rejecting every port other than what is required. A PPTP VPN connection uses 1723 if I recall. Then maybe port 80 for the "I agree" and whatever is needed for core networking on your OS. Everything else you could deny. Then after the VPN connects disable the firewall rule.



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