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the simplest solution ist to get two cheap wifi routers. the first has to be configured in client mode - that means it connects to the community wifi as if it was a computer/smartphone/whatever. If it is configured correctly you can plug your computer in via a ethernet and you will be assigned an ip address and redirected to the captive portal as if you ...


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You need to spoof the devices MAC address with a computer running Linux or Mac OS X so that you can consent to the captive portal with your web browser. (A Live CD will do if you are not already using one of these operating systems.) Then, you can reconnect the device for as long as the provider caches the record.


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It really depends on your setup. I've been wrestling with this for a little while, but I'm no expert. For a system administrator, the relationship between LDAP and Kerberos could be as simple as a machine using both of them. Your setup could be as simple as using LDAP as a source for /etc/passwd and /etc/group via nsswitch.conf (and a plugin like ...


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This seems to cover it: When tunneling SSL, the proxy must not have access to the data being transferred in either direction, for sake of security. The proxy merely knows the source and destination addresses, and possibly, if the proxy supports user authentication, the name of the requesting user. ... CONNECT is really a lower-level function than the ...


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Oh, it's been a long time. Let's see what I can remember. Yes, it can definitely be confusing because you can use Kerberos to authenticate for LDAP, and you can also have Kerberos use LDAP as a backend. Although they are not the same thing, it's often hard to differentiate which one is being talked about when you try to search for it. I can only talk ...



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