Chillispot FreeRadius

sean sean at
Fri Jul 15 21:22:20 CEST 2005

On Fri, 2005-07-15 at 20:58 +0200, freeradius-users-
request at wrote:
> > I have setup pinholes for both tcp and udp on ports 1812, 1813 and
> 1814.
> > They all point to the Radius server on The Chillispot
> on
> > can direct traffic to the CGI login but sends nothing to
> > Radius. What I'm trying to understand is the sequence of events.
> When
> > the hospotlogin.cgi script gets a request from a Chillispot user
> from
> > the AP, does the cgi script initiate the Radius request?
>  No, it's the chillispot server - not the cgi. Server is in case you
>  run chilli on the wlan-router the wlan-router, in case you ran chilli
>  on an linux-box the linux-server.
I don't understand, Chilli is running on a WRT54G AP under DD-WRT and
directing users to the login. What sends the Radius requests Chilli or
the CGI script?

This is what Chilli sends to the hotspotlogin.cgi script
res=notyet&uamip= Radius gets no requests at all. The script just times out while waiting to login. is the DSL modem which has been told to send traffic
arriving on ports 1812, 1813, and 1814 to the Radius server. I have also
opened port 3990 on the DSL modem to the Radius server. ie. DSL modem
static ip all traffic to
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