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Old 23rd June 2008
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Default Any wifi enthusiasts here?

I am here with a rather simple task. Make a wireless network.

The details:

The company property is pretty small, a 30 x 150 foot yard surrounded by a U-shaped house. The task is to build a hotspot not just for our staff but also the customers.

For this, I have an account printer here. It can create one-time accounts which last from 30 minutes to two hours. A user types a url in her browser, is redirected to the loginpage and so on.

Now, this system is based on an SMC gateway, the access points are supposed to be d-link wireless access points.

So, does someone have an idea on how to do this the best way? I am rather now to wireless stuff....
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