[CoovaChilli] Understanding how Login works
Andrew J Huang
ajh.idaho at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 21:37:52 GMT 2017
I'm working with Coova Chilli on OpenWRT and finding that OpenWRT only has a
two year old version (1.3) of Coova Chilli. I'm struggling now with
properly building a package out of the 1.4 sources. For CoovaChilli, I
probed for the version with 'chilli -V', and as well 'opkg list-installed |
grep chilli' returns OpenWRT's information on the package.
With respect to your RADIUSNes work, as I understand the challenge aspects,
I believe that you are correct that the challenges are used to prevent
plaintext attacks on the interactions. I haven't investigated how
challenge-response protocols work, but they are pretty much standard.
Would a log of your network exchanges help you? I would suggest Wireshark
if you haven't already.
(Caveat: I'm really in way, way, way over my head. I've only been working
with coovachlli for a month or so, and not yet successfully.)
From: CoovaChilli [mailto:coovachilli-bounces at brightonchilli.org.uk] On
Behalf Of Sevan Janiyan
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2017 1:25 PM
To: Nkansah Rexford <seanmavley at gmail.com>
Cc: coovachilli at brightonchilli.org.uk
Subject: Re: [CoovaChilli] Understanding how Login works
On 13/01/2017 20:17, Nkansah Rexford wrote:
> Then i guess the 2016 build of my dd-wrt is using a 2006 version of
See news section on the right hand side of http://www.chillispot.org and
check the version info of chillispot.
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