[Ubuntu-ZW] ubuntu and internet cafe's
John Mark Manera
john at farmersworld.co.zw
Tue Nov 17 14:50:44 GMT 2009
Well it depends on the software which will be on the wireless router most
of these wireless routers can be upgraded n can use a software like sputnik
for example n this can tell the difference btwn operating systems an example
is a café I did called Flamsrock n on the wireless router I put sputnik
which can tell when a windows machine is logged in and a linux machine and u
can disable access to a windows or linux machine
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[mailto:ubuntu-zw-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Kalpesh Thaker
Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 12:34 PM
To: Arthur Garande
Subject: Re: [Ubuntu-ZW] ubuntu and internet cafe's
i think you may have been lied to. a wireless router cant really tell the
difference between operating systems of clients trying to connect to it.
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 12:03 PM, Arthur Garande <agarande at gmail.com> wrote:
Is it true that you can configure your routers to accept wireless
connections from Windows machines and not from Open Source ones? Somebody
who knows please advise because i suspect that i have just been lied to.
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