(RADIATOR) new to wi-fi

Bon sy bon at bunny.cs.qc.edu
Mon Jun 2 09:47:43 CDT 2003

	We put up our project infor for the wi-fi community not too long
ago. URL entries at:




	Hope the infor could be useful to you.


On Mon, 2 Jun 2003, Ayotunde Itayemi wrote:

> Hi Hugh, hi all,
> I am relatively new to wi-fi.
> I am possibly going to configure an hotel soon with an access-point.
> The idea is to allow the hotel guests to be able to roam within the
> building and browse the Internet. This brings up the issue of
> AAA (radiator of course!) and billing.
> Please I would appreciate it if you can give me some pointers
> in the right direction - links, config examples, best equipment in
> terms of control/performance/cost etc.
> My comapny will be providing the Internet access, billing, etc
> The idea is to provide maximum flexibilty with minimum operator
> interference - i.e., a client should be able to just set up his laptop,
> automatically connect and start to browse with minimum effort.
> The bills would just be added to his hotel bill - most likely a flat
> rate - say some predetermined amount per day.
> Regards,
> Tunde Itayemi.

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