Re: Detecting AIRsnorting guys

From: Jason Boxman (
Date: 2002-10-02 07:09:48 UTC

On Wednesday 02 October 2002 02:07 am, Clint Todish wrote: <snip>
> where is a windows 2000 box running DHCP/DNS and RAS (PPTP) and
> has very restricted IP Filters on the wireless side NIC. If a passing user
> were to get an association, they would get an IP address on the
> network via DHCP - but would be unable to get to any other
> wireless devices on the net. DNS works, but pinging any outside resolved
> addresses results in the user pinging The logic behind this is
> : there is a web server running on telling unauthorized users to
> go away which they will promptly see if they open a web browser. Authorized

I was going to set something like that up, I just haven't had a chance yet. :(

I intend to get it up and running with FreeS/WAN IPSec for Linux 2.4.x. I'm all patched and ready to roll, I just haven't had time to learn the configuration syntax and properly troubleshoot things. And the other box is a Windows 2000 machine, which complicates setup somewhat. If only I had another Linux box with a WLAN card to get it working initially. Oh well. :)


> good luck.
> -C



Jason Boxman
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