Breaking the internet (hotels, guestnet style)
jabley at hopcount.ca
Tue Dec 8 12:36:07 CST 2009
On 2009-12-08, at 14:52, Mark Andrews wrote:
>> Why would "web browsers" have a hot-spot button?
> Because that would be a easy way to implement this sort of thing.
I once thought that PANA was the clean answer to this.
Now the PANA effort has concluded, and documents have been published, but reading through them I can't tell whether PANA is in fact any kind of answer to this.
It'd be nice if there was a hotspot authentication solution buried in there, somewhere.
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> Subject: WG Action: Conclusion of Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access (pana)
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> The Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access (pana) working
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