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fulvio
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 4:59 pm    Post subject: Captive Portal survey Reply with quote

Hi,

in order to have a statistic on the use of the Captive Portal of Zeroshell I would ask you to answer the following questions:

1) In what context do you use the Captive Portal of Zeroshell?

2) What are the hardware (CPU, RAM and disk) do you use?

3) What release of Zeroshell do you use?

4) Did you enable the protection against DoS (Denial of Service)? if the answer is yes, please specify the protection level (Low, Medium or High).

5) What is the total number of users that you manage with the captive Portal?

6) What was the peak of concurrent users connected?

7) At the peak of concurrent users connected, did you notice unacceptable delays in the captive portal authentication?

Thanks for your cooperation.
Fulvio


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LL0rd



Joined: 06 Apr 2008
Posts: 5

PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 6:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Captive Portal survey Reply with quote

Hi

Arrow 1) In what context do you use the Captive Portal of Zeroshell?
In my network, I use the zeroshell radius server for 802.1X authentification. Well, that's okay for me and my hardware, but very often I've got some visitors in my house, who just want to access the internet. So I create a new user on the radius server and die visitors are using the Captive Portal to log in.


Arrow 2) What are the hardware (CPU, RAM and disk) do you use?
I use a ALIX (alix2d3) board for my setup. It's a 500 MHz AMD Geode LX800 with 256MB RAM


Arrow 3) What release of Zeroshell do you use?
Currently the 1.0.beta15


Arrow 4) Did you enable the protection against DoS (Denial of Service)? if the answer is yes, please specify the protection level (Low, Medium or High).
yes, @medium.


Arrow 5) What is the total number of users that you manage with the captive Portal?
Currently there are 63 user in the radius DB.


Arrow 6) What was the peak of concurrent users connected?
afaik 5 or 6


Arrow 7) At the peak of concurrent users connected, did you notice unacceptable delays in the captive portal authentication?
nope
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on



Joined: 19 May 2011
Posts: 18

PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:18 am    Post subject: Re: Captive Portal survey Reply with quote

Hi,

1) In what context do you use the Captive Portal of Zeroshell?

To authenticate our users before they access Internet. We are a Computer Science department, Master and Doctoral level. User database is on an external LDAP server.

2) What are the hardware (CPU, RAM and disk) do you use?

Dell PowerEdge R200
CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X3220 @ 2.40GHz 2400MHz
RAM: 4GB
Disk: 2x146 GB SAS in RAID 1

3) What release of Zeroshell do you use?

1.0.beta14 so far. I am afraid my customizations (patches that are automatically applied at start-up) will break if I upgrade.

4) Did you enable the protection against DoS (Denial of Service)? if the answer is yes, please specify the protection level (Low, Medium or High).

I think no, because I cannot find this option Smile

5) What is the total number of users that you manage with the captive Portal?

200 to 250

6) What was the peak of concurrent users connected?

60

7) At the peak of concurrent users connected, did you notice unacceptable delays in the captive portal authentication?

Never

Thank you,

Olivier
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SoftGil



Joined: 05 Apr 2008
Posts: 2

PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2011 7:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello.

  1. In what context do you use the Captive Portal of Zeroshell?

    To authenticate non-resident users accessing Internet. User database is stored on an external LDAP server.

  2. What are the hardware (CPU, RAM and disk) do you use?

    OEM Server:
    CPU: Intel(R) Pentium 4 HT @ 3.4GHz
    RAM: 4 GB
    Disk: 220 GB WD IDE/PATA

  3. What release of Zeroshell do you use?

    1.0.beta16. The latest, I believe.

  4. Did you enable the protection against DoS (Denial of Service)? if the answer is yes, please specify the protection level (Low, Medium or High).

    No.

  5. What is the total number of users that you manage with the captive Portal?

    150+

  6. What was the peak of concurrent users connected?

    50

  7. At the peak of concurrent users connected, did you notice unacceptable delays in the captive portal authentication?

    No.


Cheers. Smile
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fadjar340



Joined: 31 Mar 2008
Posts: 30

PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2011 4:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Captive Portal survey Reply with quote

This my answer:

1) In what context do you use the Captive Portal of Zeroshell?
In the office and some of my clients


2) What are the hardware (CPU, RAM and disk) do you use?
CPU: Core2Duo
RAM: 1 GB
Disk: 4 GB


3) What release of Zeroshell do you use?
Beta 16


4) Did you enable the protection against DoS (Denial of Service)? if the answer is yes, please specify the protection level (Low, Medium or High).
Yes in Medium Level


5) What is the total number of users that you manage with the captive Portal?
Average: 25


6) What was the peak of concurrent users connected?
15


7) At the peak of concurrent users connected, did you notice unacceptable delays in the captive portal authentication?
No


Regards,
Fadjar Tandabawana
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kevinjose



Joined: 06 Dec 2011
Posts: 1

PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 3:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

had you started quiz contest on this thread because its look like that!
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