(RADIATOR) redirecting webpage
Ingvar Berg (EAB)
Ingvar.Berg at era.ericsson.se
Thu Jul 25 01:13:28 CDT 2002
The FAQ item describes how you do it with a fake DNS, and that's what Shaun wants to avoid.
It sounds to me as if you have a signup page for new users? If that's the case, you might solve the problem by having a a different IP address pool for this purpose, and config your firewall/routers to only allow access to the signup host. You could probably catch any http request and redirect it to the signup, otherwise you need to tell the users what URL they must use.
In the case that you want regular users to go via some portal, you might want to consider this first:
A very user-friendly tool to improve connecting time ;-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hugh Irvine [mailto:hugh at open.com.au]
> Sent: den 25 juli 2002 02:32
> To: Shaun; radiator at open.com.au
> Subject: Re: (RADIATOR) redirecting webpage
> Hello Shaun -
> There is a FAQ item on this topic:
> On Wed, 24 Jul 2002 11:46, Shaun wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Could someone tell me how i could redirect users that login
> using a certain
> > username to be redirected to a signup page? I'm connecting
> to a cisco5300
> > router and am trying to let radiator send a specific DNS
> entry to it rather
> > than using the ones specified in the Windows dialer. It
> seems as though if
> > you already have a Primary and Sec. DNS in your DUN then it
> prefers this .
> > Could anyone tell me how i could override this feature and
> force them to
> > use the bogous DNS server i modified that'll redirect them
> to the page?
> > Thanks in Advance
> > Shaun
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