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From "António Rafael C. Paiva" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Proxy access control
Date Wed, 05 Mar 2003 13:26:52 GMT
Where is the whole history...

This is for a wireless hotspot, in which the access to the 
local intranet is complitely free, but the access to the 
internet is only granted to authenticated users, or in a 
wireless ISP scheme, to users who are paying for service.

I looked around and Squid proxy + Squid Guard sounds 
promissing, but since where are going to use apache for 
our local HTTP server (the one to whitch we want to 
redirect not authenticated/paying users), we would like to 
use apache for this...

Note that in a WISP scheme, the authentication for 
authorization, and access control (and payment) would have 
to based on a PostgreSQL database.

Anyone think we can make this?

Thanks in regards,

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