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How to traffic police on an aironet?

 
 
Merv
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      03-31-2006
..> Many people come in and use "free" wireless at a community center.

Ahhhhhhh ...

Well since it is not a paid for service and if you are getting
complaints, then I would give serious consideration to blocking all P2P
ports

You could also inquire of your ISP whether they can traffic police P2P
traffic for you.

 
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Eric
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      04-03-2006
Here is a link to some software that may do what you are looking for.
It is designed for free hotspots and is open source. Lots of
configuration options and may solve your problem.

http://www.publicip.net/

 
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