[Nodogsplash] Listening nodogsplash in two interfaces.

Rob rob at blue-wave.net
Wed Mar 28 09:29:36 UTC 2018

You would need multiple instances of NDS for this but that is not supported. It certainly would be
possible to allow multiple instances but would require some considerable work.
I have had similar requirements on a number of occasions, usually with schools where one network is
for students and guests and the other for academic staff, with different content filtering on each
The simplest and in my view the most reliable way to achieve this is to use something like a pair of
Ubiquiti EdgeRouter ERX devices to feed the relevant access points.
I have done this with the ERX as it has full support on LEDE/OpenWrt 170104.
They are low cost, very high quality, professional grade devices and solved the problem very simply.
This could of course be done with any number of other manufacturer's products.
I hope this helps.
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On Tue, 2018-03-27 at 17:44 -0500, Jack Freakazoid wrote:
> Dear community
> In advance just let me thank you for this magnificent product. 
> Im started using nodogsplash since few days ago and it's working pretty well, however I have a new
> challenge and I would like to know if is possible or not. 
> I have a Debian server with 4 network interfaces, two wan and two lan. The lan networks have
> different segments that provide dhcp to different users. Both networks are connected to two access
> points to provide internet connection to some users. Using opendns I have a really nice content
> filter with different settings according the network. The only problem that I have is that with
> nodogsplash Im just able to provide a captive portal just for one interface. It's possible to make
> it work for the two LAN's at the same time? 
> Thank you in advance.
> Best regards.
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