Captive Portal Vouchers & Download Quota
lexemmens last edited by
So, I finally managed to install pfSense after 3 days of trying and succesfully configured Dansguardian.
I'm going to use pfSense in a public place, where visitors can buy vouchers to gain access to the internet for 1 hour.
However, I'd like to set up a download quota of 200MB per voucher.
I took a good look around here and found out that it is possible with freeradius2, but then you need to login with a username and password, instead of vouchers. I don't have a problem with that, but I haven't found a way to generate about 500 users at a time. Maybe with ChilliSpot, but is there someone who managed to get this working?
Any tips or tricks will be greatly appreciated
Nachtfalke last edited by
All you said is correct.
At the moment vouchers are only for time based login
freeradius2 can be used for traffic quota
Perhaps if you connect freeradius to a mysql database then you can add users an easier/faster way.
Or you set a bandwidth restriction on CP to avoid that someone can download to much within its time range.
thermo last edited by
you'll need another machine with mysql p h p & apache and a radius manager such as daloradius which can generate the prepaid usernames and passwords. with a download and/or upload quota
a dd to that pfsense 2.02 which fixes a bug in the captive portal accounting.