Is it possible?



  • "Squid 3": don't know.
    "squid" was (is ?) breaking the portal - see the many (even more) subjects on this forum.
    YMMF.



  • another question, I set the dhcp range on lan to 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.10
    why is that some IPs connected to my lan is 192.168.1.100 and up?



  • Another DHCP server (on LAN) ?
    Static IP setting used by clients ?

    You saw the pfSense DHCP server logs ?



  • could I specify what's the error on voucher code?..

    1st: this voucher is being used by other device
    2nd: invalid voucher code (when they enter a wrong code)
    3rd: expired voucher (when there's no remaining time left)



  • @Amethz:

    1st: this voucher is being used by other device

    See GUI -> Captive portal -> Vouchers
    " If the voucher is used again from another computer, the previous session is stopped. "
    If some one passes his voucher code to some one else, he will loose the usage of it.
    So, don't worry, no one will 'loose' his voucher code.
    @Amethz:

    2nd: invalid voucher code (when they enter a wrong code)

    See GUI -> Captive portal -> Vouchers
    @Amethz:

    3rd: expired voucher (when there's no remaining time left)

    See GUI -> Captive portal -> Vouchers



  • thanks Gertjan.. what the problem about this, 1 voucher many users  :'(




  • load balancing is for multiple wan only?



  • @Amethz:

    1 voucher many users  :'(

    Or: one user (one person) but more then one device (SmartPhone, Pad, PC, whatever)



  • @Gertjan:

    @Amethz:

    1 voucher many users  :'(

    Or: one user (one person) but more then one device (SmartPhone, Pad, PC, whatever)

    it should be 1 voucher per 1 device only, do I need to reinstall my pfsense?



  • read what the image proposes.
    Note that 'user name' is the voucher code.




  • thanks! I thought it's because of power interruption why my voucher restriction is not working anymore



  • Dono.
    Devices like firewalls (pfSEnse, PC's, whatever) always run on UPS on 'my places'.



  • the answer is YES.
    im actually doing it. and also i use a wireless router after my pfsense and my devices redirects to captive portal (just not a dd-wrt tho)

    but still, i think pfsense will sill redirect devices to its captive portal.

    but to be sure, just turn off DHCP on your router then plug your pfsnse to one of your router's LAN ( again LAN not WAN) ports and you'll be good to go.


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